Kim Jong-Un ordered troops to 'bury enemies' in advance of missile and nuke tests

April 2012
East-Asia-Intel Reports;4/11/2012, p8
The article reports on the call of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un to further strengthen the defense of the country's east coast to ensure that no enemies can enter under any circumstances. It mentions the tensions over the launch of its long-range missile and possible nuclear test, which could trigger international sanctions. It mentions the claim of North Korea on the hostile policy of the U.S. toward Pyongyang and its military exercises with South Korea as a possible northward invasion.


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