US, South Korea Begin Military Drills Despite Threats From North Korea

US, South Korea Begin Military Drills Despite Threats From North Korea

The U.S. and South Korea began their annual military drills Monday -- a move that comes on the heels of tensions between the two countries over North Korea’s recent intercontinental ballistic missile tests and threats of being able to hit Guam with a missile.

The Korea Herald reports the Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise is a computer-based drill and 50,000 South Korea and 17,500 U.S. troops will participate in simulating a war with North Korea.

CNN reports a day before North Korea warned the joint drills is “driving the situation into the uncontrollable phase of nuclear war” and the army “is keeping a high alert.”

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