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U.S. to Deploy Patriot Missiles In Japan to Counter North Korea

September 28, 2018
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TOKYO, June 27 — The Pentagon is reportedly speeding up plans to deploy advanced Patriot interceptor missiles on U.S. bases in Japan for the first time, a countermeasure seen as a response to the increasing threat of North Korean missiles. (Washington Post — 7 minutes ago)
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TOKYO, July 20 — The United States and Japan will begin deploying American-made anti-missile systems on Japanese soil next month amid growing concern about North Korean arms, officials announced Thursday. (Washington Post — 8 minutes ago)
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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 — 7 minutes ago)
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North Korea test-fired at least six missiles yesterday, including its long-range Taepodong-2, senior U.S. officials said, defying strong warnings from the United States and regional powers in Asia. (Washington Post — 7 minutes 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 — 7 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 — 8 minutes 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 — 7 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 — 8 minutes ago)
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