South Korea began large-scale live-fire drills Thursday involving fighter jets and artillery guns near a heavily fortified land border with DPRK. S. Korea Partially Eases Military Alert Level


S.Korea Lowers Alert Level against DPRK
South Korea's military has lowered its surveillance alert level against possible aggression from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) by one notch from level two to level three. Special
DPRK Media Says U.S.-S.Korea Exercises "Challenge" Desire for Peace
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)'s official news agency, KCNA, claims joint military exercises to be held by South Korea and the U.S. "challenge" the international community's wish for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.
Common Interests Starting Point of Dialogue: DPRK
Common interests are the starting point of inter-Korean dialogue, said Rodong Sinmun, a leading newspaper of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), in an article on Tuesday.
 
About the Shelling Incident
South Korea and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on November 23, 2010 exchanged fires in waters off the west coast of the divided Korean Peninsula, leaving two South Korean marines and two civilians killed.
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