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US B-1B Bombers Fly-Overs Threatens North Korea

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US B-1B Bombers Flies Over Korean Peninsula

A U.S. B-1B bomber flew over South Korea on Wednesday as part of a joint military exercise...

The bomber was joined by F-22 and F-35 stealth fighters for...were simulated strikes at a military field...

The United States and South Korea began a five-day drill, called 'Vigilant Ace,' on Monday amid increased tensions with North Korea.

The annual exercise, which includes an unusually large number of the latest generations of American stealth fighter jets...

...North Korean state media said the drill pushes the Korean Peninsula “to the brink of nuclear war.”

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