Korean Peninsula Faces Worst Drought in a Century
VOA News | June 26, 2012
Large parts of the Korean peninsula are battling the worst regional water shortages in more than a century, with reports of North Korean soldiers hand-carrying water to irrigate parched farmland…
….In the face of ongoing shortages, Pyongyang staged a controversial rocket launch earlier this year, in defiance of a United Nations prohibitions and drawing widespread international condemnation. In response, the United States canceled a deal under which Washington was to have provided 240,000 metric tons of emergency food supplies to the North…
AP photo captioned: Dead fish on the cracked bed of a reserv0ir after m0nths of severe drought, Se0ul, South Korea, June 25, 2012.
Can Japan expect a Taepodong rain as the “Best” Korean peninsula faces its worst drought in a century?
More on the 3Yen’s direct encounter with a Taepodong rain of missiles at:
Kim launches his big Taepodong (3Yen / 2009-02-03).