NKorea condemns US deployment of stealth fighters

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January 13, 2007 13:31

 
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North Korea on Saturday condemned the deployment of US stealth fighters in South Korea as an act of aggression aimed at launching war against the communist country. A squadron of F-117A Nighthawk warplanes and some 300 airmen from Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico arrived in South Korea earlier this week for routine training. The deployment typically lasts four months. The United States is "driving the situation to the brink of war through their reckless arms buildup and military provocations," the committee said in the statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency.

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