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It keeps making outsized threats about attacking the U.S. while ignoring the fact that the U.S. could absorb multiple nuclear missile attacks.
“Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime."
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The president is conferring with other world leaders.
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North Korea's "words and actions continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the United States," tweeted Donald Trump in response.
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Parliamentarians agreed to hold emergency briefings on the issue.
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He said Kim Jong Un "has been very threatening, beyond a normal statement."
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That feeling when everything humanity has created is at stake...
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The launch appeared to be North Korea's most successful missile test yet.
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Through inaction we are implicated. Through apathy we are condemned. History will not judge the DPRK regime kindly, but what of us who allowed it to stay in power for so long? What Pandora's Box awaits us with the fall of North Korea?
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The VX nerve agent is deadly even in minute amounts.
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Searches for the Chinese words "Jin San Pang'' on the search engine Baidu and microblogging platform Weibo returned no results this week.
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Ri Sol-ju last appeared with her husband in March.
Less than a third of the more than 100 foreign journalists invited for the historic congress were permitted to attend.
Canada's renewed focus on nuclear non-proliferation efforts has been in the works for months.
Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion used Twitter to express Canada's outrage about the news out of North Korea.
"True peace and security do not happen as a result of humiliation-laden entreaties or conciliatory meetings."
All eyes would be on Beijing. North Korea's frequent provocations to help secure political concessions, and often financial and food aid too, are no longer having the effect they used to. Having all been burnt once too often in the past, Seoul, Tokyo and Washington are not in mood to play such games. And crucially for Pyongyang, neither, it seems, is Beijing.
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In 2010, Canada imposed the toughest sanctions in the world against the North Korean regime, banning all exports and imports (albeit, actual economic activity between Canada and North Korea was extremely limited). Exceptions exist for humanitarian goods.
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I had come to the Sino-North Korean border in order to film a documentary about North Korean defectors. Since Kim Jong-un took office, the situation has been dire for those hoping to escape. If they are caught as illegal migrants in China, they will be deported back to the DPRK where they will face torture and imprisonment. Sook-ja had waded across the icy Tumen River several weeks before, carrying a bundle of clothes above her head. She didn't know how to swim and yet she had risked her life in order to find her sister who had disappeared in China. "I came all this way to find her, and... she's gone."
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