Kim Jong-un stares at U.S. drills, days after F-35s roared in South Korea

U.S Apache helicopters in South Korea holding live-fire drills with guns & rockets. The drills - the first such exercises since 2019 - come after a record-breaking blitz of weapons tests by Pyongyang this year, including firing an intercontinental ballistic missile at full range for the first time since 2017. Washington & Seoul officials have repeatedly warned that North Korea is preparing to carry out what would be its seventh nuclear test - a move that the United States warned would provoke a 'swift and forceful' response.

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