North Korea warned of possible war with South Korea after Seoul launched its first military reconnaissance satellite, following Pyongyang’s own satellite launch. North Korea criticized South Korea for breaking a 2018 agreement aimed at reducing military tensions. The Workers’ Party newspaper suggested that the satellite has begun its reconnaissance mission over the weekend. North Korea claimed that its satellite took images of the White House, the Pentagon, and US nuclear aircraft carriers, and defended the launch as an exercise of its right to self-defense. The North’s Defense Ministry said that any interference with its space assets would be deemed a “declaration of war.” North Korea also criticized the US Space Forces for displaying hostility toward its satellite. The situation has escalated, with both sides exchanging warnings and threats of potential conflict. North Korea’s actions have heightened tensions in the region, and the international community is closely monitoring the situation.
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