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Earlier today North Korean military threatend to attack south korea. Earlier today, a South Korean news agency reported that the North threatend to execute a “merciless” attack on the south. North korean dictator Kim Jung Un has in the past thretend South Korea and the United States.  The people fear Kim because just this week he executed his own uncle. Kim claimed that his uncle was a traitor and had him pubicly executed.  This is related to government because of the ongoing tension between the 2 countries. The diplomatci relations between these 2 have always been bad, ever since the korean war. The Korean war never had an actual ending, it just ended as a cease fire and was never resolved.

 

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