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Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, condemned South Korea’s recent live-fire drills near their shared borders as “suicidal hysteria” and threatened unspecified military action if provoked further. These drills, the first since South Korea suspended a 2018 agreement aimed at reducing tensions, were criticized by Kim as deliberate escalations by South Korea’s conservative government. She warned that any perceived violation of North Korean sovereignty could lead to immediate military response. South Korea’s Unification Ministry dismissed her statement as an attempt to create internal discord, urging North Korea to address its own issues.

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