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U.S. envoy visits China amid concerns over North Korea nuke test

September 27, 2018
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China and the U.S. discussed warning North Korea against holding a nuclear test, a top American envoy said Wednesday, blaming Pyongyang for holding up six-nation talks on the drawn-out crisis over the isolated regime’s nuclear program. (International Herald Tribune — 6 September, 2006)
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China has appointed a new ambassador to North Korea, state media said, as concern remained high over whether the communist regime was preparing to conduct its first-ever nuclear test. (International Herald Tribune — 8 September, 2006)
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A leading U.S. envoy on Monday said a nuclear test by North Korea would be a very provocative act that draws international condemnation, and urged North Korea to return to nuclear disarmament talks. (International Herald Tribune — 6 hours 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 — 59 minutes ago)
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The United States said that a North Korean nuclear test would be a “deeply provocative act” and urged the world to let Pyongyang know such a test would further isolate the already reclusive nation. (International Herald Tribune — 7 September, 2006)
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A senior US diplomat warns North Korea against a nuclear test, saying that it would be a “provocative” act. (BBC News — 1 hour ago)
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UNITED NATIONS, July 7 — Japan presented the Security Council on Friday with a tough revised draft resolution that would condemn North Korea’s missile tests and ban states from supplying or buying goods or technology that could help Pyongyang upgrade its ballistic missile program or advance its… (Washington Post — 59 minutes ago)
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BEIJING, Sept. 8 — China has appointed an outspoken career diplomat with extensive knowledge of the United States as its new ambassador to North Korea, the official New China News Agency said. (Washington Post — 33 minutes ago)
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North Korea is testing new medicines in Russia for Kim Jong Il, a news report said Sunday, amid reports that the North Korean leader’s health has worsened and he has troubled walking. (International Herald Tribune — 10 September, 2006)
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A senior U.S. official warned North Korea yesterday that it would be “profoundly unwise” to carry out reported plans to launch a long-range missile. (Washington Post — 59 minutes ago)
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