Tension Along Koreas' DMZ South Korea's defense minister says the country is preparing for a "worst-case scenario" in the conflict with North Korea. Tension persists along the Demilitarized Zone, which separates the two countries. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.
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Tension Along Koreas' DMZ Remains High

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Tension Along Koreas' DMZ Remains High

Tension Along Koreas' DMZ Remains High

Tension Along Koreas' DMZ Remains High

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South Korea's defense minister says the country is preparing for a "worst-case scenario" in the conflict with North Korea. Tension persists along the Demilitarized Zone, which separates the two countries. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.