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U.S. flies Stealth bombers over South Korea

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Reuters: The U.S. flew two STealth bombers over South Korea in a second show of foce to North Korea after the B52 bomber run earlier this week.

The flights came after North Korea said it would attack American bases in the Pacific following a U.S.-led drive to impose sanctions on North Korea for its third nuclear weapons test.

The North has also threatened U.S. "puppet" South Korea with war and the U.S. mainland with nuclear attack.

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