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U.S. Flexes Muscles Over North Korea by Flying Two Bombers Over the Peninsula

The United States flew two B-1B bombers over North Korea in a routine exercise along with fighter jets from allies Japan and South Korea to assert strength and demonstrate solidarity.

According to an AP report, the supersonic bombers were displayed just one day after the death of Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old U.S. citizen who was held captive in North Korea for 17 months.

Warmbier was reported to have been in a coma for over a year while captive and was released to the U.S. just last week.

When tensions between the regime and the U.S. rise, the U.S. tends to send powerful warplanes over the peninsula.

Most recently, it sent B-1B bombers in response to the ballistic missile tests the North conducted.

The death of Warmbier sheds new light on the already very tense relations between the U.S. and North Korea.

In response, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said, “We hold North Korea accountable for Otto Warmbier’s unjust imprisonment, and demand the release of three other Americans who have been illegally detained.”