The tension goes up between the North Korea and South Korea Korean peninsula on the way for war

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Military News - South Korea
 

Friday, 26 November 2010, 12:53 PM

 
The tension goes up between the North Korea and South Korea.
 
 
The tension goes up between the North Korea and South Korea. The government of Pyongyang announced via official agency KNCA, that Korean peninsula was at the edge of the war, if the joint naval operations between the United States and South Korea were maintained.
     
The tension goes up between the North Korea and South Korea. The government of Pyongyang announced via official agency KNCA, that Korean peninsula was at the edge of the war, if the joint naval operations between the United States and South Korea were maintained.
The gun barrel of South Korea Marine's K-9 self-propelled gun tank aims towards the North Korean coast from Yeonpyeong island,
     

North Korean regards these military exercises as a threat for their country. If the region were to blaze up, it would be the fault of the United States and of South Korea, affirmed the North Korean government.

This Tuesday, November 23, 2010, North Korea bombarded the island of Yeonpyeong, killing four people, and wounding twenty others, causing a response of the South Korean army. Since the war of Korea (1950 - 1953), there was a relative peace between the two countries.

The United States confirmed their support for the North Korea, and do not intend to cancel the next naval operations in the area.

 

 

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