North Korean media reports that more than 800,000 of the country’s civilians volunteered to join the army to fight against the United States.
North Korea’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper reported on Tuesday that thousands of civilians in the country have volunteered to join the army or re-enlist in the army to fight against the United States.
The media reported that on Friday alone, around 800,000 civilians, including students and professionals across the country, expressed their desire to fight for the nation.
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This expression of the desire to join the North Korean army was not clearly stated. How is it expressed?
North Korea fired an intercontinental ballistic missile into the sea between the Korean peninsula and Japan on Thursday, hours before South Korea’s president flew to Tokyo for a summit to discuss how to counter a nuclear-armed North Korea.
Intercontinental ballistic missiles are internationally banned weapons. It was banned by a United Nations Security Council resolution. And the shooting drew condemnation from South Korea, Japan and the United States.
South Korean and US forces began the 11-day joint military exercise, dubbed “Freedom Shield 23”, on Monday, the largest joint exercise by the two countries in nearly six years to counter threats from the North Korea.
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