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Kim Jong-un intends to get rid of all nuclear weapons to completely denuclearise

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Kim Jong-un intends to get rid of all nuclear weapons to completely denucleariseNorth Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, pledged to get rid of all his counties nuclear weapons, according to South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in. North Korea could have up to 60 nuclear weapons.
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