BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
Pyongyang announced that its leader Kim Jong-Yoon began overseeing the maneuver carried out by a force of special units.
This news comes to coincide with the testimony of the Institute of "38 North" specialist conducting research on North Korea, the images taken by satellites Wednesday showed that the site dedicated Bongaa-ri nuclear testing in the north of the country is "ready" for a new experience.
Washington sent last Saturday to the Korean Peninsula and the naval unit consisting of a carrier strike aircraft and spare accompaniment, with the confirmation of US President Donald Trump reiterated his willingness "to solve the problem of" North Korea without the help of China.
North Korea expressed its willingness "war" with the United States, while increasing speculation that it may conduct a nuclear or missile test on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the percent after founder Kim Il-Ung Saturday.
The agency announced the official North Korean news Thursday, Kim saw the light aircraft landing special forces targeted a control point "without mercy targets for the enemy."
He praised Kim smile on his face and a broad smile, precision enjoyed by the troops, saying, "It seems that the bullets have eyes," according to the agency reported, without specifying when the maneuver took place.
For its part, the Voice of America radio said, quoting several US officials did not publish their names that North Korea has "put on what seems a nuclear bomb in a tunnel."
A large number of observers fear that North Korea be considered a sixth nuclear test may be conducted Saturday.
He warned South Korean Prime Minister and President Hwang Kyu-Ahn acting Tuesday the risk of "a big provocation" of North Korea, it can also happen on April 25, during the anniversary of the founding of its army.
US President seeks to Chinese intervention, and through Trump's belief that "China will try to really make strenuous efforts that have already begun."