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The warning) is seen as psychological warfare against foreigners in South Korea," presidential spokeswoman Kim Haing said at a press briefing.
This is not just a mere religious service but part of anti-DPRK (North Korea) psychological warfare aimed to rattle the nerves of the DPRK and slander it," Minju Joson, the North's government newspaper, said on Wednesday.
What is said about this dome (Iron Dome, Israel's defensive solution to short-range rocket threats) is mostly psychological warfare and propaganda," Jazayeri said on Thursday.
They have nothing else to resort to apart from psychological warfare and Burkina Faso, said neither Kadhafi nor any other wanted fugitives had arrived in his country.
The commission also renewed a warning that the North "will take physical action without any notice any time against any target to cope with the anti-DPRK psychological warfare.
As an Air Force lieutenant with the ARCS, Campbell became an expert in the production and distribution of military propaganda and psychological warfare via leaflets.
PYONGYANG, June 12 Kyodo North Korea's military reiterated a warning on Saturday that it will ''blow up'' the loudspeakers that Seoul has set up along the demilitarized border for psychological warfare amid heightened tensions following the sinking of a South Korean warship last March.
The revolutionary armed forces of the DPRK [North Korea] will launch an all-out military strike to blow up the group's means for the psychological warfare," the North's General Staff of the Korean People's Army said on Saturday.