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North Korea vows to "wipe out" South Korea government Updated: 2014-05-14 06:27:43 KST

 North Korea vows to "wipe out" South Korea government
The war of words between the two Koreas is intensifying
North Korea threatened to wipe out the South Korean government Tuesday a day after a South Korean official said the North "must disappear soon."
South Korea's Defense Ministry Spokesperson Kim Min-seok had made an unsually blunt remark at a press briefing on Monday saying North Korea should not be regarded as a country and should vanish as soon as possible.
In a statement, the North's powerful National Defense Commission accused Kim of speaking for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to inspire an "all-out" inter-Korean confrontation.
It described President Park and South Korean military officials as "the root of evil" and vowed to wipe them out entirely with merciless force.

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