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NKorea's Kim orders high alert during DMZ visit

 Kwak Chol Hui, deputy director of North Korea's National Defense Commission, attends a news conference in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3, 2012 to disc...
 Ri Son Kwon, chief of the policy department of North Korea's National Defense Commission, attends a news conference in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3,...
 Officials and journalists attend a news conference by North Korea's National Defense Commission in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3, 2012 to discuss joi...
 Kwak Chol Hui, deputy director of North Korea's National Defense Commission, attends a news conference in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3, 2012 to disc...

North Korea Military Drills

Kwak Chol Hui, deputy director of North Korea's National Defense Commission, attends a news conference in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3, 2012 to disc...

North Korea Military Drills

Ri Son Kwon, chief of the policy department of North Korea's National Defense Commission, attends a news conference in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3,...

North Korea Military Drills

Officials and journalists attend a news conference by North Korea's National Defense Commission in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3, 2012 to discuss joi...

North Korea Military Drills

Kwak Chol Hui, deputy director of North Korea's National Defense Commission, attends a news conference in Pyongyang on Saturday March 3, 2012 to disc...

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has urged troops on the heavily armed border with rival South Korea to stay on high alert during a rare visit to the Demilitarized Zone.
Kim's visit to Panmunjom comes amid a flurry of escalating militaristic rhetoric and threats from North Korea aimed at U.S. ally South Korea just days after Washington and Pyongyang agreed to a nuclear deal seen as a breakthrough after years of deadlock.
It was Kim's first reported trip to the DMZ since he took power after the death of his father, Kim Jong Il, in December. Details were released Sunday by state media.
North Koreans also gathered Sunday in Pyongyang for a massive rally.
North Korea is infuriated by U.S.-South Korean military drills scheduled to run through April.


Updated : 2021-06-25 17:57 GMT+08:00