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Unformatted text preview: the communist North of firing a torpedo at the ship, killing 46 sailors. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, visiting Seoul on Wednesday, called the sinking "an unacceptable provocation by North Korea" and said the international community should respond. Also Thursday, the general staff of North Korea's military -- the Korean People's Army, or KPA -- said it was enacting new measures to deal with any "all-out confrontation." Brenda Hawkins ECO 405 Mr.Niesser 05/27/2010 Case#11 The steps would "retract all measures for providing military guarantees for the North-South cooperation and exchange, and the promise of a physical strike. "The KPA will make a prompt physical strike at the intrusion into the extension of the Military Demarcation Line under our side's control in the West Sea of Korea," the army said, according to the KCNA news agency....
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- Spring '11
- Kim Il-sung, KCNA news agency