North Korea marks Korean War anniversary with threat to ‘leave no Americans alive’
North Korean leaders have warned the United States that another war on the Korean Peninsula would leave no Americans alive, as the reclusive state marked the 62nd anniversary of the end of the Korean War.
Flags and banners decorated the capital Pyongyang and other cities across North Korea to mark the anniversary, as communities gathered for patriotic speeches, mass dance celebrations and to lay flowers at statues of the state’s founder.
The anniversary, celebrated annually in North Korea, marks the signing of an armistice on 27th July 1953, which brought to an end three years of fighting in the Korean War.
While no peace treaty was signed, the anniversary is traditionally hailed by North Korea as a victory over “imperialist” US, which fought alongside South Korean and UN allies against the renegade state.
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