'Let's KILL!' Chant North Korean Students in Mass Rally against U.S.
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'Let's KILL!' Chant North Korean Students in Mass Rally against U.S.

Pyŏngyang : North Korea | Apr 03, 2013 at 1:23 PM PDT
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North Korea — Pyongyang, Arirang (Mass Games)

North Korean pupils held a mass rally in support of its army and pledged to retaliate against the United States and its 'fans,' the state-run television KRT reported on Wednesday.

The network broadcast a video of the outdoor rally on Wednesday saying that countless North Korean students went to, but didn't point out when the rally was held. The video revealed countless pupils gathered in a square in Pyongsong, north of the capital Pyongyang, chanting slogans such as "let's kill!" It likewise revealed pupils marching down roads holding a banner reading:

"If the United States attacks us, we will remove them from the planet."

Stress have certainly been escalating on the peninsula after Pyongyang was fined U.S. sanctions for carrying out a third nuclear examination in February and the United States and South Korea staged military drills that North Korea deemed "hostile."

Pyongyang then threatened a nuclear strike on the United States, missile strikes on its Pacific bases and war with South Korea, prompting Washington to reinforce forces in the area. The state-owned KCNA information agency revealed on Tuesday (April 2) that North Korea would relaunch all nuclear facilities for both electricity and military uses.

Also on Wednesday (April 3), the North suspended South Korean workers' entry to the joint industrial area in Kaesong of the North.
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