SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea said Thursday that South Korea fabricated evidence implicating the North in a torpedo attack in order to pick on the North and any attempt at retaliating for the warship's sinking would be answered with "all-out war."
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak vowed "stern action" for the attack after a multinational investigation issued its long-awaited results Thursday, concluding the North fired a torpedo that sank the Cheonan navy ship March 26 near the Koreas' tense sea border.
"If the (South Korean) enemies try to deal any retaliation or punishment, or if they try sanctions or a strike on us .... we will answer to this with all-out war," Col. Pak In Ho of North Korea's navy told broadcaster APTN in an exclusive interview in Pyongyang.
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North Korea is a crazy place. They just totally refuse to work with United Nations forever until 1991 (but still remain difficult to deal with) while South Korea has always been friendly . They were in all out war over the Korean Peninsula in 1950 - 1953 & have been at each others throats since. They seriously need a peace treaty....
If you want less government involved, go visit North Korea...they are an every man for himself country....
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