North Korea accuses US, South of pushing for ‘nuclear war’
06 April 2023 | 6:05 pm
An outlet known to be a Pyongyang mouthpiece said the joint military drills currently ongoing are escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea has recently pumped up its missile firing activities.
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