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US Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Shrugs Off North Korean Threatsi
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October 20, 2013 10:32 AM
North Korea this month lashed out at maritime rescue exercises involving U.S., South Korean and Japanese forces. State media called the trilateral exercises a prelude to war and said they were timed to destroy dialogue between the two Koreas.

US Aircraft Carrier Strike Group Shrugs Off North Korean Threats

Published October 20, 2013

North Korea this month lashed out at maritime rescue exercises involving U.S., South Korean and Japanese forces. State media called the trilateral exercises a prelude to war and said they were timed to destroy dialogue between the two Koreas.


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