Tuesday, October 2, 2012

North Korea Warns Of Nuclear War

Rockets are carried by military vehicles during a military parade to celebrate the centenary of the birth of North Korea's founder Kim Il-sung in Pyongyang on April 15, 2012, in this picture released by the North's KCNA news agency. REUTERS/KCNA

North And South Korea 'On The Verge Of Nuclear War' -- The Telegraph

A senior North Korean diplomat warned a meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York that "a spark of fire could set off a thermonuclear war" on the Korean Peninsula.

Pak Kil-yon, Pyongyang's vice-foreign minster, put the blame for the tense state of inter-Korean relations firmly on South Korea's conservative government and claimed the citizens of the North feel "shame" and "political terror."

Monday's speech was the first time a representative of North Korea has addressed the General Assembly since Kim Jong-un assumed power after the death of his father in December last year.

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More News On North Korean Nuclear Threats

Korea peninsula could face "thermonuclear war," North tells U.N. -- Reuters
North Korea says a spark could set off nuclear war on Korean peninsula -- FOX News/AP
North Korea Says Hostile U.S. Policy Could Spark a Nuclear War -- Bloomberg Businessweek
N. Korea accuses US of attempting to spark war -- RT
North Korea warns of nuclear war -- Press Association
At U.N. speech, N. Korean diplomat threatens nuke war on peninsula -- Yonhap News Agency
North Korea warns of nuclear war -- Belfast Telegraph

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