The US and South Korea have finished up their yearly joint military drills—or, as the North calls them, "attack rehearsals"—that have been going on since February. The "Foal Eagle" drills, which involved some 10,000 US troops, are "over, but the South Korean and US militaries will continue to watch out for potential provocations by the North, including a missile launch," says a rep for South Korea's defense ministry, citing a "great outcome" for the drills.
"This training was led by South Korean military, so it was a good chance to examine [the] South Korean army's capability," the spokesman said. The North, however, decried the drills as "driving the situation of the Korean Peninsula to a nuclear war," the BBC reports. In other news from the region, just seven South Korean workers remain at the Kaesong Industrial Complex; they're negotiating North Korean workers' unpaid wages, the AP reports. (Read more South Korea stories.)