RECIEVER: GLOBAL TUNERS “ODENWALD”
- The Buzzer: Active (channel marker) at 4625kHz, strange interferance with beeping noises.
- The Pip: A lot of chaotic talking going on on 3756kHz, Pip can sometimes be heard in the background between the sentences.
- The Squeaky Wheel: Active (chanel marker) at 3828kHz
- Faznan-37: Active (chanel marker) at 5292kHz
- Patron-79: Inactive on 4790kHz
- Arbat-50: Inactive on 5426kHz
- Katok-65: Active (chanel marker) at 6930kHz
- Plovets-41: Inactive? Noise, sounds suspiciously like jamming at 4325kHz
This video shows footage of the Russian cruise missiles fired from the Capsian sea at (so Russian claims) ISIS targets in Syria.
Priyom.org has added a couple NEW digital number stations to their list:
- F01 – Russia
- F02 – Russia
- F06 – Russia
- F11 – Poland
Pyongyang / Seoul – Tensions between the two koreas have escalated following an attack by at least one rocket from the North. Some sources say that there wa also artillery fire that came from the northern side of the heavilly armed DMZ (Demilitarized Zone), which divides the Korean peninsula at 38° latitude. South Korea responded to the attack with artillery fire towards the north. There was no response to the fire from North Korea.
However, North Korea set an ultimatum for the South to stop their propaganda broadcasts along the border. The loudspeakers were inactive for the past eleven years, and were reactivated only shortly before the exchange of fire on Thursday. The ultimatum is to be fulfilled by South Korea by 5pm local time on Saturday – if the South fails to fulfill this, Pyongyang continued, they would have to expect military strikes.
South Korea set its military to high readiness already on Thursday, North Korea followed by putting their military, as they state it, in “a war-like state”. What this exactly means, was not mentioned.
According to TV Arirang, North Korea could use their nuclear weapons. Further, according to Sputnik News YTN said that there are 11 Targets selected in South Korea.
South Korea’s Defense Minister Han Min Koo warns north korea explicitly not to provocate. North Korea will “pay a bitter price” for any provocations.
North Korea has also issued the “state of war” for the first time since two years. Then, an escalation of the conflict was prevented.
Japan has called on North Korea to hold themselves back, and China urges both koreas to come to resolve the conflict peacefully and through dialogue.
More detailed News, also in written form will follow later, here on LeakLake. Stay tuned!