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#3 August 21, 2015 9:17 PM

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#4 August 21, 2015 9:37 PM

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North Korea prepared to risk 'all-out war' as Kim Jong-un puts troops on alert

Tensions have flared on the Korean peninsula following propaganda broadcasts across the border from the South and an exchange of artillery fire

North Korea warned it was prepared to risk “all-out war” as leader Kim Jong-un put his frontline troops on combat readiness to back up an ultimatum for South Korea to halt propaganda broadcasts across the border by Saturday afternoon.

The warning came as military tensions on the divided Korean peninsula soared following a rare exchange of artillery fire on Thursday that put the South Korean army on maximum alert.

The situation has reached the verge of war

“Our military and people are prepared to risk an all-out war not just to simply respond or retaliate, but to defend the system our people chose,” North Korea’s foreign ministry said in a statement early Saturday on the official KCNA news agency, according to the South’s Yonhap news agency.

“The situation has reached the verge of war and can no longer be reversed.”

In New York, Pyongyang’s deputy UN ambassador An Myong-Hun also warned “if South Korea does not respond to our ultimatum, our military counteraction will be inevitable, and that counteraction will be very strong”.

“The situation on the Korean peninsula inches close to the brink of a war,” An told reporters.

Technically, the two Koreas have been at war for the past 65 years, as the 1950-53 Korean conflict ended with a ceasefire that was never ratified by a formal peace treaty.

Kim has given similarly bellicose orders in the past, most recently in 2013 when he declared “a state of war” with the South, although no clashes resulted.

Over the decades, South Koreans have become accustomed to the North’s provocative and belligerent behaviour, and there was no sense of public panic in Seoul despite the dire threats.

Kim chaired an emergency meeting late on Thursday of the North’s powerful Central Military Commission (CMC), which endorsed the ultimatum for the South to switch off its propaganda unit loudspeakers.

South Korea’s defence ministry insisted the loudspeakers would keep operating.

KCNA said Kim ordered frontline, combined units of the Korean People’s Army (KPA) to “enter a wartime state” on Friday evening.

The troops should be “fully battle ready to launch surprise operations” while the entire frontline should be placed in a “semi-war state”, KCNA quoted him as saying.

In response, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff urged the KPA to refrain from any “reckless acts”.

South Korean television broadcast images of president Park Geun-Hye wearing army fatigues as she addressed a meeting of top military commanders outside Seoul.

“Any provocations by North Korea will not be tolerated,” Park told the gathering.
Analysis North Korean rhetoric is full of sound and fury – but doesn't quite signify war
Amid recent military defections and preparations for a crucial anniversary, there are clear benefits to Pyongyang in ramping up tensions on the peninsula, says Adam Cathcart

The United States urged Pyongyang to avoid any further escalation, with the Pentagon stressing it remained firmly committed to defending ally South Korea.

UN chief Ban Ki-moon urged both sides to “refrain from taking any further measures that might increase tensions” and China called on “relevant parties to remain calm and restrained”.

Direct exchanges of fire across the inter-Korean land border are extremely rare – mainly, analysts say, because both sides recognise the risk of a sudden and potentially disastrous escalation.

But Yoo Ho-Yeol, a professor of North Korean studies at Korea University in Seoul, said although previous episodes of tense brinkmanship had not escalated into conflict, this could not be ruled out.

“We’ve been here before several times, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still dangerous,” Yoo said.

“There’s a real possibility of this confrontation leading to some sort of armed clash.”

The last direct attack on the South was in November 2010 when North Korea shelled the South Korean border island of Yeonpyeong, killing two civilians and two soldiers.

Seoul said Thursday’s artillery exchange was triggered by North Korea firing several shells in the rough direction of one of its border propaganda units.

The South responded by firing “dozens” of 155mm howitzer rounds.

Nearly all the shells from both sides landed in their respective halves of the demilitarized zone (DMZ), a four-kilometre-wide (2.5 mile-wide) buffer zone that straddles the frontier.

Tensions were already on high-simmer before the shelling, following mine blasts that maimed two members of a South Korean border patrol this month and the launch on Monday of a major South Korea-US military exercise that infuriated Pyongyang.

Seoul said the mines were placed by North Korea and responded by resuming the high-decibel propaganda broadcasts after more than a decade.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/a … s-on-alert

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#5 August 22, 2015 11:06 AM

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#6 August 22, 2015 11:08 AM

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