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The US-North Korean crisis will face a major test on Monday as Kim holds his fire on Guam

North Korea's Kim Jong Un never explicitly said he would not fire missiles at the US territory of Guam, and starting on Monday the US and South Korea's massive military drill will test his resolve and measure just how bold he's willing to be. Ulchi Freedom Guardian, one of two major military exercises carried out by the US and South Korea, involves tens of thousands of troops from both nations drilling to achieve peak readiness in the case of conflict.
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