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Kim Yo Jong says US and South Korea will face new threats

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister warns on scheduled joint military drills

The drills are an "unwelcome, self-destructive action" that threaten the North Korean people and raise tensions on the Korean Peninsula, Kim Yo Jong says in a statement carried by state news agency KCNA.   © Reuters

SEOUL (Reuters) -- South Korea and the United States will face even greater security threats for going ahead with scheduled joint military drills due to begin this week, Kim Yo Jong, a powerful North Korean official and sister of leader Kim Jong Un said on Tuesday.

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