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Topic - South Korea'S Military
China said it sent warplanes into its newly declared maritime air defense zone Thursday, days after the U.S., South Korea and Japan all sent flights through the airspace in defiance of rules Beijing says it has imposed in the East China Sea.
South Korea's military is on high alert, as authorities investigate a possible cybersecurity breach that disabled computer systems at two main banks and at three television broadcast stations on Wednesday.
The Obama administration says it remains committed to stability on the Korean Peninsula and is closely monitoring developments there following the death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il and the apparent transfer of power to his son.
Two suicide bombers and militants armed with heavy weapons launched twin attacks targeting the Afghan government and its allies Thursday, killing at least 19 people in the latest outburst of violence weakening the government's grip on the Taliban's southern heartland.
South Korea released a video Sunday of a dramatic raid by commandos on a hijacked ship in the Arabian Sea that rescued all 21 crew members and killed eight Somali pirates.
South Korea's president vowed relentless retaliation against North Korea if provoked again, saying Monday he is not afraid of war with the communist North.
South Koreans breathed a collective sigh of relief Monday after a test-firing of artillery in the Yellow Sea passed without North Korea's threatened retaliation. But as the smoke clears and tensions simmer, the crisis is far from over.
North Korea lambasted South Korea's new defense chief Sunday for threatening to launch air strikes against the North and accused the South of causing "uncontrollable, extreme" tension on the peninsula.