South Korea’s military conducted a live-fire exercise simulating an attack on a nuclear site, to “strongly warn” North Korea in response to the rogue nation’s apparent nuclear test, the South Korean military reported early Monday. A surface-to-surface missile and long-range air-to-ground missile “accurately

struck” targets in the Sea of Japan, Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The Joint Chiefs of Staff said the target was set considering the distance to where the North’s test site was, and the exercise was aimed at practicing precision strikes, as well as cutting off reinforcements.North Korea claimed on Sunday that it successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb, which possibly triggered an artificial earthquake. READ MORE