US nuclear carrier conducts naval drills with Japan as N. Korea threatens H-bomb test

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The 100,000-ton US Navy supercarrier ‘Ronald Reagan’ has conducted drills with Japanese warships south of the Korean Peninsula, Japan's military said. Pyongyang, meanwhile, has threatened a further “hydrogen bomb test” over the Pacific. Read Full Article at RT.com
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