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North Korea warns U.S. forces of "destruction" ahead of war drills

North Korea on Sunday warned the top U.S. military commander stationed in South Korea that his forces would "meet a miserable destruction" if they go ahead with scheduled military drills with South Korean troops, North Korean state media said.

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SKorea: NKorea fires artillery onto island

SEOUL, South Korea –  North Korea shot dozens of rounds of artillery onto a populated South Korean island near their disputed western border Tuesday, military officials said, setting buildings on fire and prompting South Korea to return fire and scramble fighter jets.

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U.S.-South Korea drills anger North, worry China

(Reuters) – The U.S. and South Korean militaries will stage their second joint exercise in less than a month from Monday, fuelling tensions with the prickly North and angering regional power China.

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NKorea tensions spike at Asian security forum

HANOI, Vietnam – North Korea inflamed tensions over the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship by threatening the United States and South Korea on Friday with a "physical response" if they carry out naval maneuvers this weekend. The U.S. refused to back down.

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Report: 20 Syrian civilians killed in failed missile test

Twenty Syrian civilians were killed and 60 more were injured after a Scud missile test-fired jointly by Syria, North Korea and Iran in late May strayed off course, Japan’s Kyodo News reported.

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Americans Free But Thousands Still Jailed, Executed In North Korea

SEOUL/PYONGYANG (BosNewsLife)– An international Christian advocacy group welcomed Wednesday, August 5, North Korea’s decision to release American journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling but warned that at least 200,000 religious and political prisoners remain behind bars in labor camps across the isolated Communist nation, where executions of inmates continue.


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North Korea a suspect in cyber attacks in US

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea, which has been firing missiles and spewing threats against the United States, was identified by South Korea’s main spy agency Wednesday as a suspect in the cyber attacks targeting government and other Web sites in the U.S. and South Korea.

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Kang Nam 1 Mystery Trip

Underway for two weeks now, North Korea’s unimposing merchant ship Kang Nam 1 continues her mystery trip through the South China Sea at a sedate 10 knots. I expect this is for better fuel economy but not because her captain or Kim Jong Il want to be green. According to the Associated Press, anonymous U.S. […]

Ben Eliezer: U.S. inaction in face of N. Korea, Iran, is troubling

Trade Minister Benjamin Ben Eliezer voiced harsh criticism on Saturday over America’s inaction in the face of what he called North Korea’s "blatant provocation" the test-firing of seven missiles off its eastern coast earlier in the day.

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US to N. Korea: Don’t aggravate tensions

In the first US response to North Korea’s test-firing of seven apparently Scud-type missiles early Saturday, State Department Karl Duckworth spokesman called on Pyongyang not to "aggravate tensions."

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