S. Korea Says Military Drills to Go Ahead After North’s Warning – Businessweek

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Businessweek
South Korea said joint U.S.- South Korea military drills will go ahead, after North Korea warned of damage to inter-Korean relations that could lead to a “catastrophe” on the Korean peninsula. The U.S. maintains more than 28,000 troops in South Korea six
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