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Threatening words from North Korea

EDIT CONTAINS 4:3 MATERIAL North Korean soldiers are put through their paces in Pyongyang - following an ominous threat by their government to tear up the 1953 armistice that ended the war on the Korean peninsula. On Tuesday - in a rare television appearance - top North Korean general Kim Yong Chol said the North could use nuclear weapons if South Korean and U.S. soldiers continued with what Pyongyang considers a hostile joint military exercise. The South Korean government's response to this latest round of sabre-rattling has been clear. South Korean Major General Kim Yong-Hyun said that should the North undertake any provocation, they have quote a 'strong and decisive punishment in place' that would involve targetting the North's leadership. Meanwhile China, North Korea's only strategic and economic ally, urged restraint. (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESWOMAN HUA CHUNYING SAYING: "The current peninsular situation is compl

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