United States Marine Corps and ROK forces conducting joint drill in South Korea amid DPRK threats

North Korea threatened on Sunday a military strike in response to South Korean and U.S. troops’ recent drills to counter Pyongyang’s provocations and possible attacks on the global community.
The North Korean People’s Army said the military state is ready to fend off any attempts by enemy commandos to attack its leader Kim Jong-un.
“We will mercilessly trample on all their attempts with our own preemptive special operations and our own preemptive strikes,” a General Staff Department spokesman said.
The statement said the North will attack without warning as long as U.S. special operations forces remain in South Korea.
U.S. commandos ― including Navy SEAL Team 6, Army Rangers, Delta Force and Green Berets ― this month joined the annual Foal Eagle and Key Resolve exercises with South Korea.
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