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Reports about Chinese army in DPRK "totally groundless": Defense Ministry spokesman

(Xinhua)

18:46, December 28, 2011

BEIJING, Dec. 28 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman on Wednesday said media reports which said Chinese army had entered the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) are "totally groundless."

Spokesman Yang Yujun made the remark at a monthly press briefing in response to a question on the reports which claimed the Chinese army had already entered DPRK territories as requested by the country to help maintain its stability.

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helen at 2011-12-29203.82.90.*
Many media throughout the World are either directly or indirectly controlled by United States intelligence services especially their CIA.Consequently, disinformation and downright fabrications are disseminated through these controlled media to sow dissension and confusion around the globe. The objective is very clear - to create images and first time impressions. This will defeat whatever truths printed later on by others. Pre-emptive lies are better than actual events. That is the goal of US Global Tyranny and their CIA. Unfortunately many people are taken in by lies from the CIA.What then are the counter measures to be taken by Chinese media- whose mainstream media are in the habit of always be on the defensive. Time to be a bit more aggressive ....
PD User at 2011-12-29183.39.57.*
As great friends, why not, if requested, just in case?
wende at 2011-12-2871.255.89.*
If this were true, how different is it to the tens of thousands of US troops in South Korea since the end of Korean war 60 years ago?
  

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