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European Union to consider further measures to punish North Korea

The EU is to consider stepping up measures aimed at punishing North Korea for its nuclear and ballistic weapons programmes, according to a summit agreement seen by AFP on Thursday.
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North Korea’s Nuclear Testing Site Crumbling, But Far From Finished


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News video: Hillary Clinton says threats to start war with North Korea 'dangerous and short-sighted'

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Hillary Clinton has said that "cavalier" threats to start war on the Korean peninsula are "dangerous and short-sighted." Speaking in Seoul, South Korea, where she attended World Knowledge Forum on..
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News video: North Korean UN Ambassador Says 'Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment'

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According to North Korea's deputy UN ambassador on Monday, tensions on the rogues peninsula have escalated to the point that "a nuclear war may break out any moment." While the latest US military..
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News video: North Korea: 'Nuclear War May Break Out Any Moment'

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North Korea's deputy ambassador to the U.N. said the situation in his country has "reached the touch-and-go point."
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News video: US “open to direct talks” with N. Korea over nuclear tests

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Diplomats from Washington, Seoul, Tokyo discuss N Korean threat

Senior officials from the United States, South Korea and Japan reaffirmed their countries' commitment Wednesday to finding a diplomatic solution to the threat posed by North Korea's rapidly expanding..
Japan Today

EU Leaders Document To Call For End To North Korea's Weapons Program: Draft

eu leaders document to call for end to north korea's weapons program: draft
A draft final statement by European Union foreign ministers will be issued Thursday demanding North Korea end its nuclear and ballistic weapons program, Reuters reported Wednesday. The statement will..
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North Korea's nuclear test site could cave in

north korea's nuclear test site could cave in
Five of Pyongyang's recent tests have been carried out under Mount Mantap at the Punggye-ri military base, which is located in the north west of North Korea.
MailOnline India Also reported by •MailOnline

The Latest: Allies stress diplomacy over North Korean nukes

The Latest on diplomatic meetings between the United States, South Korea and Japan over the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear program (all times local): ___ 5:40 p.m. Senior officials from the..
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Talks among US, South Korea, Japan center on North Korea

Senior officials from the United States, South Korea and Japan were scheduled to meet in Seoul on Wednesday to discuss the growing threat of North Korea’s nuclear missile program.
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Trump visiting five Asian nations to pressurise North Korea: White House

Washington D.C. [U.S.A.] Oct 18 : United States President Donald Trump will start his five-nation tour from November 3 to call on the international community to pressurise North Korea over its nuclear..
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North Korea's nuclear weapons program has grown with each Kim regime

After North Korea launched its first successful intercontinental ballistic missile, Kim Jong Un doesn’t want to back down.
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North Korea warns nuclear war 'may break out any moment'

north korea warns nuclear war 'may break out any moment'
North Korea said the 'entire US mainland is within our firing range' and threatened 'severe punishment' for America if it 'dares to invade out sacred territory'.
MailOnline Also reported by •MailOnline IndiaCBC.caIndependent

Nuclear war may break out at any time, warns North Korea

North Korea has warned that a nuclear war may break out at any time as the situation on the Korean peninsula has reached the "touch-and-go point".
Zee News

Sensex, Nifty End Range-bound Session Flat

Indian shares ended a range-bound session little changed on Tuesday as investors paused for breath after recent sharp gains. Global cues also remained muted as Catalan worries persisted and North Korea..
RTTNews

North Korea warns of nuclear war


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European Shares Seen Opening On Flat Note

BRUSSELS/FRANKFURT/PARIS (dpa-AFX) - European stocks look set to open largely unchanged on Tuesday as the stand-off over independence for Catalonia continued and North Korea warned that a nuclear ...
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