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US, China to cooperate on North Korea situation

IndiaTimes Saturday, 18 March 2017
The US and China pledged to work together in addressing the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear programme, as US Secretary of State warned regional tensions had reached a "dangerous level." Trump has been a frequent China critic, and the encounter could be crucial to setting the tone in the big-power relationship.
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News video: China Asks N. Korea to Halt Nuclear Activities

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Mar.07 -- Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on China and North Korea tensions, and China and U.S. relations. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

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