U.S., South Korea stage assault drill; North threatens to wipe out enemies




 
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U.S., South Korea stage assault drill; North threatens to wipe out enemies
 
March 12th, 2016  
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U.S., South Korea stage assault drill; North threatens to wipe out enemies
By Do-gyun Kim POHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - U.S. and South Korean troops staged a big amphibious landing exercise on Saturday, storming simulated North Korean beach defenses amid heightened tension and threats by the North to annihilate its enemies. The landing and assault drills on South Korea's east coast were part of eight weeks of joint exercises between the allies which the South has said are the largest ever. The North has denounced the exercises as "nuclear war moves" and threatened to respond with an all-out offensive.

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