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North Korea says up to U.S. to decide what 'Christmas gift' it wants: KCNA

Reuters Tuesday, 3 December 2019
North Korea said on Tuesday the United States was trying to drag out denuclearization talks ahead of the U.S. presidential election next year and issued a veiled threat to Washington to soften its demands, state media reported.
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A top North Korean official made the subtle threat in a statement to the state-run Korean Central News Agency.

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