Friday, March 2, 2012

North Korea Threatens War While Suspending Their Nuclear Program -- A News Roundup

North Korea Threatens 'Merciless Sacred War' Against South -- The Guardian

Pyongyang continues aiming rhetoric against neighbour despite deal with US to suspend nuclear activities.

North Korea's military is threatening a "merciless sacred war" against South Korea just days after Pyongyang struck a deal with the US to suspend nuclear activities in return for aid.

The statement by the Supreme Command of the Korean People's army contains common North Korean rhetoric but highlights the lingering tensions since violence in 2010 killed 50 South Koreans and raised fears of war.

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More News On North Korea's Nuclear And Missile Moratorium

North Korea threatens ‘merciless sacred war’ against South despite US nuclear deal -- Washington Post
North Koreans skeptical of US nuclear deal -- FOX News/AP
North Korea nuclear envoy to visit U.S. -- CBS
North Korea nuclear deal: Envoy to visit US -- Christian Science Monitor
US troops tread carefully amid Korea tensions -- AP
North Korean Nuke Deal: ‘We’ve Been Down This Road Before’ -- ABC News
In North Korea Deal, Son Inherits Father’s Framework -- New York Times
Why is North Korea willing to deal on nukes? -- Christine Ahn, CNN
North Korea nuclear deal raises concerns for Seoul -- Donal Kirk, Christian Science Monitor
North Korea's pivot -- John Feffer, Asia Times
North Korea's nuclear pledge: will Kim Jong-un keep his word? -- David Blair, The Telegraph
North Korea Is Game for ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ -- William Pesek, Bloomberg
North Korea’s nuclear weapons. A horse worth the price -- The Economist
A look at North Korea's relations and tensions -- AP

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