North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday (Jan 15) called for South Korea to be designated as the “number one enemy” in its constitution. He accused Seoul of seeking regime collapse and unification by absorption, and concluded that unification is no longer possible. “We don’t want war but we have no intention of avoiding it,” Kim reportedly said.
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