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North Korea threatened Monday to reduce "to ashes" South Korean targets — including news organizations — with an unspecified "special attack," the latest round of aggressive rhetoric that many expect will culminate with Pyongyang's third nuclear test.
Once again, rosy optimism billows out of the Korean Peninsula. And once again the rest of the world might remember that atop the regime in Pyongyang sit world-class thugs who have repeatedly refused to abide by their agreements.