US and South Korea conduct latest live-fire drills

POHANG, South Korea (CNN) - The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted a US-drafted resolution to impose new sanctions on north Korea on Monday -- a move that comes just one week after the rogue nation carried out its sixth and largest nuclear test.

South Korea is welcoming the new sanctions against its neighbor.

The US ally is also preparing for possible retaliations from Pyongyang by conducting live-fire drills with the US Military - simulating the destruction of their common enemy.



 
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