Second S Korean drill peaks war tension

South Korea
Seoul, Dec 22: South Korea has begun another live-fire drill on the adjacent border of North Korea, that peaked war tension between Koreans. The annual naval drill starts from Wednesday, Dec 22 and ends on Dec 25. The artillery exercises would be practiced on the opposite coast, from the dispute sea border.

North Koreans bombarded a South Korean island last month, which killed four people including two civilians. Post to that attack this is the second live-fire drill by South Korea. That has said to hold large-scale artillery, jets and 800 solders will take part in the drill.

South Korea executed live-fire drill earlier this week, that drill was expected to ignite a war.

Two Koreans exercised extreme restraint statement, that led United Nation Security Council to gather for an emergency meeting. The effort to reduce the tension by talks between Koreans was failed to meet an agreement.

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