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North Korea rejects UN missile sanctions

July 31, 2018
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North Korea has threatened to build up its arsenal in an angry response to the United Nations (UN) Security Council resolution imposing weapons-related sanctions The overnight resolution demands No (ABC News — 17 July, 2006)
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North Korea on Sunday rejected a U.N. Security Council resolution sanctioning the communist nation for recent missile tests and warned the measure was a prelude to a renewed Korean War. (MSNBC — 16 July, 2006)
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The UN Security Council votes unanimously to impose sanctions on North Korea following recent missile tests. (BBC News — 16 July, 2006)
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North Korea angrily denounces a UN resolution condemning its missile tests and says it will build up its arsenal. (BBC News — 17 July, 2006)
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The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously Saturday to impose limited sanctions on North Korea for its recent missile tests and demanded that the reclusive communist nation suspend its ballistic missile program. (CNN — 16 July, 2006)
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Japan says it has begun work on its own sanctions against N Korea, in addition to those agreed by the UN. (BBC News — 18 July, 2006)
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BEIJING, July 11 — China said Tuesday that a draft U.N. resolution on North Korea backed by the United States was an “overreaction” to the country’s recent missile tests and that the proposed sanctions would likely complicate efforts to restart negotiations on Pyongyang’s nuclear program. (Washington Post — 18 minutes ago)
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UNITED NATIONS, July 5 — The United States and its allies on Wednesday sought to impose punitive measures on North Korea for launching a series of seven missiles on Tuesday, but emphasized that diplomatic measures with the communist nation should not be abandoned. (Washington Post — 18 minutes ago)
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North Korea halts cross-border family reunions in retaliation for Seoul’s suspension of food aid. (BBC News — 20 July, 2006)
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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 — 18 minutes ago)
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