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Civil Defense keenly eyeing S. Korean activity

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - Guam joins the rest of the world monitoring what's happening in Korea. Despite warnings from its north counterpart, South Korea started its planned live fire military training exercises today. North Korea reportedly said the exercise would ignite a war and promised to respond militarily.

Here at home, the Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense says the U.S. Department of Defense at this time believes there to be no immediate threat for Guam but will advise them immediately if the situation changes.

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