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North Korea's Perilous Posturing

As North Korea continues to raise the stakes in its daily threats against American military posts, the U.S. is taking preventative measures against a possible -- yet unlikely -- strike. Kojo finds out why North Korea is continuing its bellicose posturing, and examines the end game for both the Korean peninsula and the broader global community.

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