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N Korean Ambassador to meet DFAT officials

July 25, 2018
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The North Korean ambassador has been called to a meeting at the Foreign Affairs Department about the countrys nuclear testing plans The Ambassador is expected to meet officials at the department i (ABC News — 10 hours ago)
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China appeals for restraint after North Korea’s announcement that it plans to test a nuclear bomb. (BBC News — 44 minutes ago)
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An official from the North Korean embassy in Canberra has defended the countrys decision to test nuclear weapons The North Korean Government has announced its intention to conduct a nuclear weapon (ABC News — 14 hours ago)
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Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer says Australia will have to think through whether it wants to continue diplomatic relations with North Korea if the country goes ahead with a nuclear test (ABC News — 7 hours ago)
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North Korea faced stern warnings from its neighbors Wednesday against carrying out an unprecedented nuclear test, but insisted that such a move wouldn’t be meant as a provocation. A top South Korean security official said there was no sign a test was imminent. (MSNBC — 3 hours ago)
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North Korea, citing American belligerence and pressure, said Tuesday it will conduct a nuclear test. (CNN — 7 hours ago)
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Japan has strongly condemned North Korea for pledging to carry out a nuclear test saying it would never forgive the action if carried out North Korea says it will carry out a nuclear weapons te (ABC News — 3 October, 2006)
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China appealed to North Korea on Tuesday to stay calm and show restraint on its plan for a nuclear test, in Beijing’s first comment since its ally’s announcement of the test. (International Herald Tribune — 10 hours ago)
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North Korea said Tuesday that it would conduct a nuclear test to bolster its self-defense against what it calls increasing U.S. hostility toward the communist regime – the strongest blow yet to efforts to convince the North to give up its drive for nuclear weapons. The North Korean leader, Kim Jong Il, in a file photo from June 2006. (International Herald Tribune — 4 October, 2006)
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Rice says nuclear test would be “very provocative act.” Japan’s Abe to meet with China, S. Korea. (Washington Post — 3 hours ago)
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North Korea’s announcement yesterday that it will conduct a nuclear test came just as the United States, along with South Korea, was launching a new effort to persuade the government in Pyongyang to return to long-stalled disarmament talks. (Washington Post — 42 minutes ago)
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TOKYO, July 14 — South Korea on Thursday suspended humanitarian aid to North Korea until it agrees to return to international nuclear disarmament talks. The action infuriated visiting North Korean officials, who immediately cut off high-level talks in South Korea and stormed back home. (Washington Post — 38 minutes ago)
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