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New N. Korea threats after US visit

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North Korea's military Tuesday threatened retaliation against the South over anti-North Korean protests as US Secretary of State John Kerry ended his Asian tour aimed at trying to defuse tensions. 

Activists burn effigies of North Korea's late president Kim Il-Sung (L), current leader Kim Jong-Un (C) and late leader Kim Jong-Il (R) during an anti-Pyongyang rally in Seoul on Monday.

The warning came after protesters in Seoul on Monday burned portraits of North Korea's founder Kim Il-Sung, his son Kim Jong-Il and grandson and current leader Kim Jong-Un.

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