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In response to North Korea blowing up an inter-Korean liaison building on Tuesday, South Korea’s military deployed tanks and other heavy equipped to the border and warned they would “strongly respond” if necessary. Since the beginning of June, North Korea has made a number of provocative threats including severing all contact with South Korea, and now South Korean President Moon Jae-in has shown a robust readiness to deter any further offensive action from the North.

“The government expresses strong regret over North Korea’s unilateral detonation of the inter-Korean liaison office building,” South Korea’s deputy director of the national security office, Kim You-geun told western media. “We sternly warn that we will strongly respond to it if North Korea takes any

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