North Korea Threatens Response After U.S. Bomber Flyover

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North Korea threatened “quick, overwhelming action” in response to the U.S. flying a nuclear-capable B-52 bomber over the Korean Peninsula as part of an exercise with South Korean fighters.  Kim Yo Jong, the sister of dictator Kim Jong-Un, said, “We keep our eye on the restless military moves by the U.S. forces and the South Korean puppet military and are always on standby to take appropriate, quick and overwhelming action at any time according to our judgment.” North Korea’s Foreign Ministry also issued a statement which concluded, “There is no guarantee that there will be no violent physical conflict” if the joint military exercises continue.  North Korea has continued conducting intercontinental missile tests.