By Ian Johnston, Staff Writer, NBC News
Kim Jong Un said on Wednesday that North Korea would attack U.S. military bases in the Pacific in addition to South Korea if its "enemies … make even the slightest movement," according to the North’s official KCNA news agency.
The North also hit out over deployment of a U.S. B-52 bomber to South Korea, warning of "all-out action" — the latest of a series of threats issued by Pyongyang.
KCNA news agency said, in its usual flowery rhetoric, that the presence of the bomber showed the U.S. was preparing for "a pre-emptive nuclear strike," echoing its own earlier threat to do that. Read the full story.