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U.S. and South Korean military officials confirm the two allied nations are planning a major military drill, expected to begin this week. The exercise focuses on a simulated marine landing and comes at a time when North Korea has sharpened its rhetoric against the South. VOA Seoul Correspondent Kurt Achin reports.
South Korea's Marine Corps released an official statement Wednesday, confirming the country's forces will cooperate with the United States in a joint military drill, starting Thursday and continuing through to November 8.