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>> A fiery warning for North Korea to its southern neighbor. Pyongyang saying Wednesday that it successfully simulated pre-emptive nuclear strikes against air fields in South Korea, some of which belong to the US. There were no specifics but it's assumed that refers to the North's triple missile launch on Tuesday.
The Worker's Party has published undated photos of supreme leader Kim Jong-un appearing to oversee a ballistic missile exercise. Other state media claim a recent test simulated a successful detonation of a missile-mounted nuclear warhead. Experts say there's little firm evidence if that's the case, but it's a clear reminder that Pyongyang is pursuing nuclear weapons.
Tuesday's launches were seen as a show of force after South Korea and the US chose a site in the south to deploy the
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Calling him a quote, mentally deranged hooligan and heinous war maniac for taking a flight in a US fighter jet earlier this month.