North Korea Conducts "Simulated Tactical Nuclear Attack" To Warn "Enemies"
The Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party stressed the need for the North to take "offensive actions" to make the U.S. and South Korea clearly understand the situation's "seriousness".
PYONGYANG - North Korea carried out a "simulated tactical nuclear attack" on September 2nd, in order to "warn the enemies of the actual nuclear war danger," according to a report by state media released on Sunday, just one day after the North fired off cruise missiles.
North Korean state media cited the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party as stressing the need for the North to take "offensive actions" in order to make the U.S. and South Korea clearly understand the seriousness of the situation.
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