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The United States raised two B-52 strategic bombers into the sky, preparing to strike North Korea

After Pyongyang launched an intercontinental ballistic missile, the US launched strategic bombers into the sky.

After three ballistic missile launches at once in North Korea, one of which is intercontinental, about a day ago, the United States immediately raised two B-52 strategic bombers into the sky, preparing to strike Pyongyang in the event of a sharp aggravation of the situation. The planes were raised from the air base on the island of Guam and moved towards the Korean peninsula, however, after a short stay here, they left for the United States.

According to data from open monitoring resources, two American B-52 strategic bombers were immediately lifted from the island of Guam. Contrary to standard routes, the planes did not immediately go to the United States, but moved towards the Korean Peninsula, and not far from it headed for the United States. According to sources, the planes could be used to strike at Pyongyang, as there was a serious risk that the DPRK could strike at the territory of Japan, South Korea or the United States. Nevertheless, the aggravation of the situation was avoided, however, the risk of escalation in the region is very high today.

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