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North Korea steps up threats

EDIT CONTAINS 4:3 MATERIAL A North Korean newsreader announces the country's missiles are on standby, ready to strike the U.S. and it's military bases. This latest threat comes a day after the U.S. military conducted stealth bomber exercises over the Korean peninsula. From crude propaganda films, like this one showing a U.S. war plane being blown up-- to massive pro North Korea rallies, rhetoric from the hermit nation has intensified in recent weeks. During a visit to Seoul, the head of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Republican Bob Corker said that while Washington is taking the threats seriously, he feels this latest round of saber rattling will subside. (SOUNDBITE) (English) U.S. SENATOR BOB CORKER SAYING: "Obviously, in our country, we're building additional missile interceptors. And I met with General Thurman this morning, who handles a U.S. operation and they're prepared for anything it might take place, but hopefully what will occu

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