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N. Korea Warns Peninsula Close To ‘Brink Of Nuclear War’

North Korea’s foreign ministry on Monday accused Seoul and Washington of pushing tensions to “the brink of a nuclear war” akin to the 1950-53 Korean War, saying it will continue to bolster its self-defensive capabilities.

In a research report released by the foreign ministry’s Institute for American Studies, North Korea likened the current military tensions in the region to the night before the outbreak of the Korean War as it slammed the United States and South Korea for their “delusional anti-communist military confrontation” and “rhetorical threats.”

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[Editor’s Note: This past weekend, more than 100,000 North Koreans marched in anti-U.S. rallies, pledging “merciless” revenge against “U.S. imperialists.” North Koreans also expressed pride in their leader’s expansion of the nuclear arsenal and missile programs, insisting their country now has the “strongest absolute weapon to punish the U.S. imperialists and the war deterrence for self-defense which no enemy dare provoke.”]

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