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North Korean hackers stole South's war plans

10 October 2017

-South Korean plans detailing how to eliminate the Pyongyang leadership, during an attack on Seoul's defense data system a year ago, a South Korean lawmaker said. Operational Plan 3100 details how to respond to North Korean provocations, Yonhap reports.

The official noted that the ownership of factories and facilities inside the inter-Korean factory zone belongs to South Korean companies.

As North Korea is continuously creating tensions in the global community, South Korea is now vigorously developing its defensive capabilities.

Trump repeatedly has made clear his distaste for dialogue with North Korea. Almost two million South Koreans visited the spot over a decade, according to South Korean government figures.

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"Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years", he tweeted saying.

The South, which is seeking to increase its defensive capabilities against the hermit kingdom, has been eager to develop graphite bombs because they are not lethal to civilians.

Regardless of the saber-rattling and muscle-flexing on the part of their northern neighbor, most South Koreans favor diplomacy over using the military in dealing with Pyongyang, Kancho Stoychev, chairman of the Zurich-based Gallup International Association, told Radio Sputnik.

In November, President Donald Trump will make his first trip to East Asia since taking office, and he could come within feet of armed North Koreans in the heavily guarded border between the two Koreas.

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"They looked around Panmunjom and Observation Post Ouellette", the source said while speaking on the condition of anonymity. "If there have been no changes from North Korea, it's possible that the US will take severe measures".

"It seems likely that they are making clothing at Kaesong, just as the South Korean firms did previously, and they can be illegally exported through China or Russian Federation", he said.

Both the North's missile and nuclear weapons capabilities have made significant progress under the current Kim, despite a growing layer of United Nations sanctions.

Consistent movements of personnel and equipment were being detected in certain locations in the North, Yonhap news agency reported, suggesting that preparations for another weapons test might be under way. We would see what support we could give.' As well as missiles, North Korea has also tested a hydrogen bomb - a far more devastating weapon than conventional atomic bombs. Last week, he dismissed the idea of talks as a waste of time, a day after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Washington was maintaining open lines of communication with Kim Jong Un's government.

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The submarine is armed with 154 Tomahawk missiles capable of defeating North Korea's nuclear and missile sites as well as the presidential palace of its leader, Kim Chun-oun.

North Korean hackers stole South's war plans