North Korea says it has invincible military might
SEOUL, July 5 (Reuters) North Korea, in an official media report, today said it had invincible military might but made no mention of its test-firing of six missiles earlier in the day.
''We continue on our revolution in our own way, according to our conviction in this complicated and conflicting situation, as we have such invincible and revolutionary military power, even for the imperialist United States,'' its communist party newspaper said in a commentary.
The report, quoted by South Korea's Yonhap news agency, was a commentary extolling the North's policy of placing top emphasis on developing its military.
It typically takes North Korea's official media several days to comment directly on major news events.
North Korea test-fired at least six missiles on Wednesday, including a long-range weapon said to be capable of reaching Alaska, ratcheting up tensions in north Asia.
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