More tough talk from North Korea, as the rouge nation levels new threats against the United States and South Korea.
FOX's Jennifer Griffin reports from the Pentagon in our ongoing series on national security:
North Korea warned Washington and Seoul Tuesday that its artillery and rockets are at their highest level of combat readiness and taking aim at U.S. and South Korean military bases. North Korean television claimed Kim Jong Un has been visiting military sites across the country.
The South Korean Defense Ministry says it has not seen any suspicious military activity from the North. The U.S. and Seoul have been conducting joint military drills in the region.
Pyongyang citing the use of B-52 bombers capable of carrying nuclear bombs as one of the reasons from leveling the threats.
At the Pentagon, Jennifer Griffin, FOX News Radio.
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