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UNSC set to vote on sanctions on North Korea after US 'waters down' demands against Pyongyang
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UNSC set to vote on sanctions on North Korea after US 'waters down' demands against Pyongyang

UN Security Council will vote on a draft resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea after the United States toned down its demands in a bid to win support from Russia and China

North Korea vows to make US pay if UN Security Council approves proposed sanctions
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North Korea vows to make US pay if UN Security Council approves proposed sanctions

North Korea says it will make the US pay a heavy price if a proposal Washington is backing to impose the toughest sanctions ever on Pyongyang is approved.

North Korea blasts France over nuclear criticism, asks Paris to abandon its atomic arms first
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North Korea blasts France over nuclear criticism, asks Paris to abandon its atomic arms first

An official from North Korea has lashed out at France after it warned Pyongyang's nuclear ambition could pose a threat to Europe, saying Paris must abandon its own atomic weapons first.

US' trade sanctions won't 'nuke' North Korean missiles, but could push China to control Pyongyang
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US' trade sanctions won't 'nuke' North Korean missiles, but could push China to control Pyongyang

Donald Trump's threat of sanctions may not curb North Korea's nuclear missiles programme, but if supported by Europeans, it could at least push China into controlling Pyongyang

BRICS Summit 2017: Leaders slam North Korea's nuclear test, bat for diplomatic solution
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BRICS Summit 2017: Leaders slam North Korea's nuclear test, bat for diplomatic solution

BRICS countries strongly condemned North Korea's nuclear test and asserted that the issue should be settled through peaceful means.

North Korea conducts nuclear test: UN Security Council to hold emergency meet today to discuss international response
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North Korea conducts nuclear test: UN Security Council to hold emergency meet today to discuss international response

The UNSC will hold an emergency meeting on Monday to discuss an international response to North Korea's latest nuclear test, diplomats said on Sunday

North Korea warns US with ICBM missile test, threatens to 'teach them manners' if provoked
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North Korea warns US with ICBM missile test, threatens to 'teach them manners' if provoked

The North conducted its second intercontinental ballistic missile test late on Friday, with leader Kim Jong-Un boasting of his country's ability to strike "all the US mainland".

US travel ban: North Korea official says Pyongyang 'does not care', tourism will not be affected
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US travel ban: North Korea official says Pyongyang 'does not care', tourism will not be affected

Washington's ban on US citizens travelling to North Korea will have no effect on the country's tourism industry and Pyongyang does not care about, an official said.

China says North Koreans who trespass into China are not refugees, will be returned
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China says North Koreans who trespass into China are not refugees, will be returned

China on Monday defended its repatriation of North Koreans who have escaped across its border after a United Nations envoy voiced concern.

G20 Summit: US, Japan, South Korea push for fresh sanctions against North Korea
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G20 Summit: US, Japan, South Korea push for fresh sanctions against North Korea

The US, Japan and South Korea on Friday sought additional United Nations Security Council sanctions against the North Korean regime at G20 summit

US officials seize diplomatic package from North Korea delegation in New York, says report
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US officials seize diplomatic package from North Korea delegation in New York, says report

North Korea claimed Sunday that United States officials forcibly seized a diplomatic package from one of their delegations at John F Kennedy Airport, calling it an "illegal and heinous act of provocation".

China's trade with North Korea falls to a three-year low after coal ban
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China's trade with North Korea falls to a three-year low after coal ban

China's imports from North Korea fell in April to a near three-year low, data showed today, as Beijing faces calls to put more economic pressure on its nuclear-armed ally.

North Korea confirms the test launch of another ballistic missile
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North Korea confirms the test launch of another ballistic missile

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Monday confirmed it test-fired another medium-range ballistic missile.

Kim Jong-Nam's Assassination: Victim's body returned to North Korea, says China
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Kim Jong-Nam's Assassination: Victim's body returned to North Korea, says China

The body of Kim Jong-Nam, half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, has arrived in Pyongyang, Chinese officials confirmed on Friday.

UN Security Council hits North Korea with toughest-ever sanctions following nuclear tests
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UN Security Council hits North Korea with toughest-ever sanctions following nuclear tests

The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday unanimously imposed its toughest sanctions on North Korea, placing a cap on the hermit state's key coal exports after its defiant nuclear tests.

United Nations to vote on tighter North Korea sanctions in response to fresh nuclear test
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United Nations to vote on tighter North Korea sanctions in response to fresh nuclear test

The United Nations is readying tighter sanctions on North Korea that would limit its coal exports to China, in response to Pyongyang's fifth and biggest nuclear test, US diplomats said Monday.

North Korea threatens the South and its American ally, vows 'miserable end'
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North Korea threatens the South and its American ally, vows 'miserable end'

North Korea threatened a "miserable end" for South Korea's president and her American allies on Wednesday, in its latest colourfully worded attack.

UN chief Ban-ki-moon to visit North Korea capital, may raise sanctions, nuclear arms issues
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UN chief Ban-ki-moon to visit North Korea capital, may raise sanctions, nuclear arms issues

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will visit North Korea's capital Pyongyang this week, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported on Monday.

UN says North Korea aid faces 'significant underfunding'
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UN says North Korea aid faces 'significant underfunding'

A new United Nations report says humanitarian aid for North Korea faces "significant underfunding" while about 70 percent of the population faces food insecurity, and it says recent US sanctions forced UN agencies to suspend some programs and operations last year.

Sony threatens to sue Twitter unless it bans accounts linked to leak
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Sony threatens to sue Twitter unless it bans accounts linked to leak

A letter sent by Sony to Twitter, stating that the company would "hold Twitter responsible for any damage or loss arising" from use of the stolen information.