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North Korea rocket units on standby to attack US bases

This article was posted on Mar 29, 2013 and is filed under Market News

Zeenews Bureau

Pyongyang: In yet another indication of escalating tension between Washington and Pyongyang, the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has reportedly ordered the rocket units to be on standby to attack the US bases in Pacific and in South Korea.

Reports, Friday, claimed that the order in this regard was given by the North Korean leader following an emergency meeting this morning after the US flew its Stealth Bombers in a show of force to Pyongyang.

According to North Korea’s official KCNA news agency, Kim signed off the orders after meeting the top generals early morning and judged “the time has come to settle accounts with the US imperialists in view of the prevailing situation.”

The United States administration had on Thursday warned the danger from North Korea is rising and that Washington is ready for ‘any eventuality’ after flying two nuclear-capable B-2 stealth bombers over ally South Korea.

With tensions soaring on the divided peninsula, the United States defied North Korean threats of retribution and took the rare step of announcing that the state-of-the-art jets flew from the United States for the exercises.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, dismissing suggestions that the B-2 mission could aggravate tensions, said the United States was committed to ‘unequivocally defend’ South Korea as well as Japan.

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