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  1. South Koreans rally to denounce North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in Seoul. Source: Getty

    North Korean Leader Declares ‘Quasi-State of War’

    His message is loud and clear. Kim Jong-un wants South Korea’s anti-Pyongyang broadcasts — via loudspeakers over the border — to stop. He has reportedly ordered troops to prepare for the worst after the two countries exchanged artillery fire yesterday, declaring “a quasi-state of war in frontline areas.” Such threats are nothing new, but with shots fired, northern missile launchers reportedly on the move and South Korea vowing to continue broadcasting while preparing for battle, all eyes are on Kim’s next move.

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