N. Korea threatens to destroy S. Korean loudspeakers, turn Seoul into 'sea of flame'
North Korea's military threatened Saturday that it will destroy South Korean propaganda loudspeakers along its border and may even turn Seoul into a "sea of flame," in the strongest warning yet against Seoul's plan to resume anti-Pyongyang broadcasts, Yonhap reported.
South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, however, "no unusual activity" has currently been spotted from North Korea along the military demarcation line.
South Korea completed the installation of propaganda loudspeakers in 11 places along the heavily-fortified demilitarized zone earlier this week in retaliation to the March 26 sinking of one of the South's military warships, for which Seoul blames Pyongyang. The North denies involvement.