Anti-war activists hold placards during a rally against the plan on deployment of the US-built Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, THAAD, outside South Korea's defense ministry in Seoul on July 8, 2016. / AFP / JUNG YEON-JE
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North Korea's military said Monday it will make a "physical response" to moves by the United States and South Korea to deploy the advanced THAAD missile defense system on the Korean peninsula.The United States and South Korea said Friday that the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system will be used to counter North Korea's growing nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities. The North frequently threatens to attack the South and U.S. interests in Asia and the Pacific.North Korea called the blacklisting "a declaration of war" and vowed a tough response.
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