North Korea loves its saber rattling, but on Thursday morning it was more like fear mongering as the Korean People's Army sounded an air raid at 9:32 a.m. local time. "Military units and units of all levels must quickly take measures to prevent damage from the enemy's air strikes," warned the broadcast. Reuters reports that "the action appeared to be a drill," possibly having to do with those B-52s that have been flying around South Korea lately. Perhaps Kim Jong-un thought people needed a change of pace from the usual bluster.
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