MOSCOW - North Korea on Friday warned foreign embassies in Pyongyang that it was unable to guarantee their safety after April 10 and they should consider evacuating their missions amid soaring nuclear tensions.
South Korean army reservists raise their hands as they swear to stay resolved against North Korea at a Foundation Day ceremony in Seoul on Friday. South Korean officials say war with the North is "unlikely" but has raised the defence alert level. (AP Photo)
European countries with embassies in Pyongyang, such as Britain and Russia, reported receiving a warning advisory, as an increasingly bellicose North Korea moved two mid-range missiles to its east coast.
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