Wednesday, 26 April 2017

North Korea shows off the firepower of its million-strong army as nuclear tensions rise

Tensions rose in the Korean peninsula as North Korea conducted live-fire artillery drills on Tuesday – with displays showing off the military strength of North Korea’s million-strong army.
Hundreds of tanks lined up in the eastern coastal town of Wonsan, to mark the 85th anniversary of the founding of its Korean People’s Army.
Dictator Kim Jong-Un saluted troops as 300 large-calibre artillery pieces fired – in what official state media described as the ‘largest ever’ combined live-fire drills.

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