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DoD briefs Bordallo on S. Korea bombing

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo has been briefed by officials at the Department of Defense about the situation in South Korea that poses no immediate threat to our island.  Bordallo issued a statement wrote, "This blatant attack against our ally, South Korea, is in clear violation of international law and the sovereign rights of South Korea.  This attack by North Korea is a reminder of the importance of the United States remaining a vigilant and visible power in the Asia-Pacific region.

"Further, it highlights the importance of realigning our military forces in this region to be better postured to address destabilizing events."

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