North Korea Accuses US Bomber Presence On Korean Peninsula Raising Nuclear War Risk

North Korea Accuses US Bomber Presence On Korean Peninsula Raising Nuclear War RiskThe national media of North Korea said it had criticized the US military presence in the region on this Sunday, which is said to raise the tension in the region and might end up in a nuclear war.

The incident took place when the US Air Force B-1B bombers along with the South Korean F-15K fighters and Japanese F-2 fighter jets participated in a bombing exercise, which was a training mission held on Saturday, as retaliation to the North Korean’s erstwhile the ICBM test.

The incident took place in South Korea, which hit the right place in the isolated country, where they are threatening the US not to conduct any more such drills on the peninsula, and this drill might be the cause of a raging nuclear war, says a US official.

The training mission provoked the North Korean which might risk them in launching nuclear arsenals, as they have their newly made ICBMs which no one knows how far can reach. But it is estimated to be quite enough to devastate the South Korean cities, and reached up to Japan and even reaching up to the Alaskan region of the mainland US.

The B-1B bombers can carry 85,000 pounds of bombs; a similar one was used in the mission which carrying inert weapons at the Pilsung Range in the Korean peninsula. And, this mission took about 10 hours to complete from the base in Guam to the Korean peninsula, as per the statement released by the US Pacific Fleet.

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