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Section: General News - South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, in vowing relentless retaliation if provoked again by North Korea, says his country wants peace. But, he told the nation, fear of war is never helpful in preventing war.
Lee made the statement in his final biweekly radio address of the year, Monday. The president called for national unity, saying North Korea looks for division in the South as an opportunity to attack.
Lee called for unity, when it comes to national security, saying, "Our lives and the survival of the nation depend on it." The president referred to North Korea as the most belligerent government on earth.
The conservative …