TOKYO - North Korea on Sunday threatened to fire cross-border shots if South Korea continues a leaflet-launching propaganda campaign, which aims in part to inform the hermetic North of popular revolts in the Middle East and North Africa.
North Korea: Closed, Hungry, Heavily Armed
The Washington Post's Blaine Harden covers the government and citizens of one of the world's most secluded, impoverished and oppressive nations.
The Potential Threat U.S. experts agree that North Korea has enough weapons-grade plutonium to make six to eight bombs. U.S. intelligence and independent experts say North Korea has built, or is attempting to build, missile-ready warheads.