North Korean leader Kim Jong Un today told his troops to be ready for 'all-out war' and instructed them to 'make the first gunfire' if tensions with South Korea boil over.
He also promised a 'great advance' over the border between the two nations, shortly after the North announced that it had abandoned its peace treaty with the South.
- North Korea cancelled non-aggression pact in anger over sanctions
- Comes after North Korea threatened a nuclear strike against U.S.
- White House dismisses communist regime's 'ballistic missile' threats
- China calls for 'restraint' to avoid possibility of 'further escalations'
- New UN-approved sanctions target North Korea's economy and leadership
- Nation is expanding secretive network of brutal prison camps