South Korea to Launch “Immediate Counterstrike” if Provoked

U.S. Deploys Stealth Fighters; Kaesong Complex Still Open
April 1st, 2013
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SEOUL – South Korea will launch an immediate counterstrike “without political consideration” should North Korea attack or provoke the South, president Park Geun-hye told military officers and journalists gathered at a South Korean Ministry of Defense policy briefing today.

Despite threats from Pyongyang to close the Kaesong Industrial Complex this weekend, South Korean workers travelled

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