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20 March 2004 - North Korea Special Weapons News

  • KCNA Slams U.S. for Increasing Military Tension in Korea KCNA 20 Mar 2004 -- The U.S. is going to launch Foal Eagle joint military exercises and Reception, staging, onward movement and integration (RSOI) in south Korea, defying the demand of the Korean people and the international community for a peaceful solution to the nuclear issue between the DPRK and the U.S. and a settlement of the nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula.
  • U.S. Urged to Stop Maneuvers KCNA 20 Mar 2004 -- Foal Eagle and the reception, staging, onward movement and integration, the joint war exercises the U.S. forces and the south Korean army are about to begin on March 22, clearly show what the ulterior intention of the U.S. is, says Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary.
  • U.S. termed World's Biggest Gangster KCNA 20 Mar 2004 -- Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article brands the U.S. as an unprecedented gangster, the world's worst robber as it came into being with the disposition and nature as a gangster.
  • Increased Defence Capability Called for KCNA 20 Mar 2004 -- The U.S. war of aggression against Iraq and the subsequent development afford a serious lesson to the people aspiring after independence and peace.
  • DPRK's Self-Defensive Deterrent Force Enough to Counter Any U.S. Preemptive N- Attack KCNA 20 Mar 2004 -- A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Fatherland issued a statement Friday denouncing the "reception, staging, onward movement and integration" (RSOI) and Foal Eagle joint military exercises the U.S. and the south Korean war hawks are going to stage from March 22.
  • U.S. Urged to Ponder over Unpredictable Consequences to Be Entailed by Its Provocations KCNA 20 Mar 2004 -- The United States should ponder over the unpredictable consequences to be entailed by its provocative acts. Its threat to the supreme security of the DPRK would compel it to take strong measures for just self-defence.




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