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U.S., Allies Seek Punitive Action Against N. Korea

September 29, 2018
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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 — 24 minutes ago)
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UNITED NATIONS, July 12 — China and Russia presented the U.N. Security Council Wednesday with a draft resolution that “strongly deplores” North Korea’s July 4 missile tests. But it endorses only voluntary measures aimed at restraining Pyongyang’s ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programs. (Washington Post — 25 minutes ago)
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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 — 25 minutes ago)
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Japan and Australia put new financial sanctions on North Korea, pressing the secretive state over its missile tests. (BBC News — 11 hours ago)
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TOKYO, July 4 — China and North Korea announced Tuesday that they would exchange visits by high-ranking officials, providing a window of opportunity for Beijing to dissuade Pyongyang from going ahead with a possible missile test and return to international nuclear disarmament talks. (Washington Post — 24 minutes ago)
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Japan’s Cabinet approved a new set of financial sanctions against North Korea on Tuesday in response to the communist nation’s missile tests in July, the government’s top spokesman said. (CNN — 11 minutes ago)
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Senior Bush administration officials tried to ease tensions yesterday over a possible North Korean missile launch, playing down the idea of using the nascent missile defense system and brushing aside a provocative proposal to launch a preemptive strike against the missile site. (Washington Post — 15 September, 2006)
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Australia and Japan launch financial sanctions against banks andother companies believed to have links to North Korea’s nuclearprogram. – (The Age — 8 hours ago)
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President Bush warned North Korea today that it was “unacceptable” to test-fire a new long-range missile and repeated concerns about Pyongyang’s nuclear plans. (Washington Post — 24 minutes ago)
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SEOUL — At a packed news conference last week, a formidable coalition of retired South Korean military officers and former defense ministers issued a dire warning. They declared the half-century-old military alliance between South Korea and the United States in danger of falling apart, resting the… (Washington Post — 27 minutes ago)
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