November 2012 - South Korea Special Weapons News
- Rights Group Criticizes S. Korean Security Law VOA 29 Nov 2012 -- The human rights group Amnesty International says a South Korean law that is meant to stop the spread of pro North Korean propaganda, limits freedom of speech. Thursday, the rights group released a report condemning the long-standing National Security Law and urging Korean politicians to abolish it. But, South Korea's next president will be unlikely to do so.
- Plane of South Korean Air Force Crashes KCNA 17 Nov 2012 -- A plane of the 8th combat air division under the south Korean air force crashed in Hoengsong County, Kangwon Province.
- South Korea Finds Cracks in Nuclear Reactor VOA 09 Nov 2012 -- South Korean officials say minor cracks were found in control rod tubes in a nuclear reactor that is undergoing maintenance.
- S. Korean Presidential Frontrunner Willing to Meet North's Leader VOA 08 Nov 2012 -- South Korea holds a hotly-contested election December 19 to choose a successor to President Lee Myung-bak.
- KCNA on U.S.-S. Korea Nexus in Missile Field KCNA 08 Nov 2012 -- The U.S. and south Korea are tightening the military nexus to round off the missile attack and interceptor system.
- Rodong Sinmun Blasts U.S. and S. Korean Moves for Missile Shield KCNA 07 Nov 2012 -- South Korean "Defence Minister" Kim Kwan Jin was reported to have discussed the purchase of PAC-3 at the south Korea-U.S. annual security consultative meeting.
- ROK Moves to Introduce PAC-3 KCNA 06 Nov 2012 -- Recently south Korea announced a plan to introduce PAC-3.
- S. Korea to Extradite Alleged Chinese Firebomber to Japan VOA 06 Nov 2012 -- South Korea is expected to hand over to Japanese authorities a Chinese man who has completed a ten-month jail sentence for firebombing Japan's embassy in Seoul.
- River-crossing Drill Staged in S. Korea KCNA 05 Nov 2012 -- The 1st Corps of the south Korean army staged a river-crossing drill in the area of the Rimjin River in Phaju City of Kyonggi Province.
- South Korea Orders Immediate Shutdown of 2 Nuclear Reactors VOA 05 Nov 2012 -- Suspect replacement parts at South Korea's nuclear plants have prompted the government to order the immediate shutdown of two power-generating reactors.
- Republic of Korea, US Marines share expertise USMC News 01 Nov 2012 -- The booming sound of rockets launching and spent casings hitting the ground marked the culmination of the last live-fire range during Korean Marine Exchange Program 13-1.
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