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N. Korea, Angry Over Terror List, Threatens to Rebuild Nuclear Program

July 25, 2018
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TOKYO, Aug. 26 — Angry that the United States has not removed it from a list of states that sponsor terrorism, North Korea said Tuesday that it has stopped disabling its nuclear reactor at Yongbyon and will consider rebuilding it.

(Washington Post — 2 September, 2008)
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North Korea missed its first chance yesterday to be removed from the State Department’s list of terrorist states, U.S. officials said, because it has not provided a way for international inspectors to verify claims about its nuclear program.

(Washington Post — 30 August, 2008)
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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will meet next week with her North Korean counterpart and the foreign ministers of four other countries involved in the effort to end Pyongyang’s nuclear programs, the State Department said yesterday.

(Washington Post — 31 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, July 30 — With shriveled harvests and a cutback in imports, North Korea has slipped back into a serious food shortage that is causing millions of people to go hungry, the United Nations announced Wednesday.

(Washington Post — 31 August, 2008)
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SEOUL, Aug. 6 — As President Bush rode a motorcade out of Seoul air base on Tuesday night, he was greeted by hundreds of people waving South Korean and American flags and signs announcing “Friends Forever.” But in downtown parts of the capital, anti-Bush protests drew thousands of marchers, and…

(Washington Post — 31 August, 2008)
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The Bush administration should stop talking about a military attack as an option if negotiations do not immediately halt Iran’s uranium reprocessing program, two former national security advisers said yesterday.

(Washington Post — 31 August, 2008)
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TEHRAN, Aug. 29 — Iran is using 4,000 centrifuges to enrich uranium and plans to install an additional 3,000 of the devices, Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Reza Sheikh Attar said Thursday in an interview on Iranian state television.

(Washington Post — 31 August, 2008)
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