North Korea issues threat over Yellow Sea navy drills

Bo Wilson
May 2013
Evening Standard;5/ 7/2013, p27
NORTH Korea today threatened the US and South Korea over joint naval drills taking place this week in the disputed waters of the Yellow Sea.


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