Secretary of State John Kerry Arrives in South Korea Amid Fears of War

Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Seoul today on a mission aimed at tempering rising tensions on the Korean peninsula, urging North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to opt for "the peaceful option being offered." His four day trip to East Asia, which includes stops in China and Japan, came as a wary region braced for a potential missile launch by Pyongyang, for yet another day. Kerry met with South Korean President Park Geun-Hye, reassuring the new leader the U.S. would defend its ally, and...Full Story
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