BBC
March 25, 2013

South Korea has signed a new military plan with the US to counter what officials call North Korean “provocations”.

The plan provides for a joint response between both countries in the event of a limited attack from the North, officials say.

Help from the US – which has 28,000 troops in South Korea – has until now been optional in minor skirmishes.

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