China Set to Deepen North Korea Ties ...

China Set to Deepen North Korea Ties as Yalu River Bridge Rises

There are 2 comments on the Bloomberg story from Apr 16, 2013, titled China Set to Deepen North Korea Ties as Yalu River Bridge Rises. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

Across the Yalu River dividing China and North Korea , towers that will support a sleek suspension bridge rise south of one that U.S. bombers targeted during the Korean War to prevent China from supplying its ally.

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victor

Jersey City, NJ

#1 Apr 17, 2013
Ok ok ok the chinese north Korea the go military to military AG. O yes B2 B 52 the are to old junk but the new usssn for china o any country they gat ¶¶¶¶^^^_^°US LAWS
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Grizz

Chandler, AZ

#2 Apr 18, 2013
What China needs to get through their head is this pig Kim Jong can nuke Bejing any time be wants. If he is holding the world hostage to demands, what makes the Chinese think that one day Jong wont just decide to take over China and shoot nukes at them? He can just as easily demand concessions from China as he is doing the world in his bully tactics.

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