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Two American B-1B bombers flew through South Korean airspace and over the country’s Pilsung Range on the latest exercise there, the US air force said on Thursday.
North Korea’s official KCNA news agency claimed that the planes carried out bombing drills simulating attacks on major targets in the country. Although the bombers are no longer part of the US nuclear force, they can be loaded with large numbers of conventional weapons.