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KCNA: "The international community would be well advised to see properly who truly wants peace in the Korean Peninsula and the region and who is the arch criminal threatening world peace and stability."
KCNA: "All facts clearly prove that what the U.S. wants is not detente and peace on the Korean Peninsula but escalation of tension and war."
KCNA: "It deliberately strains the situation while massively introducing nuclear carrier task forces such as Carl Vinson, Ronald Reagan and Stennis and nuclear war hardware including B-2 and B-52 in the vicinity of the Korean Peninsula."
KCNA: "The U.S. is making desperate efforts to chill the hard-won climate of detente on the peninsula."
KCNA: "As a matter of fact, the kingdom of cyber crimes is the U.S. and it is also the U.S. that regards the cyber attack as an important tool for its foreign policy."
KCNA: "Whenever cyber attacks take place worldwide, the U.S. and other hostile forces mislead the public, linking the cases with the DPRK for no ground."
KCNA: "The world is urging the U.S. to withdraw the anachronistic hostile policy toward the DPRK and opt for co-existence, while giving wide publicity to the personality of respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un as a great man who raised the strategic position of the country."
KCNA: "The U.S. hostile policy and sanctions against the DPRK are, in a nutshell, bound to go bankrupt. It is ridiculous that the U.S. and its followers talk about 'additional and unilateral sanctions' as they have no economic dealings and contact with the DPRK."
KCNA: "It is indescribably stultifying and ludicrous that the U.S. would still resort to sanctions, turning a blind eye to the prevailing reality that the DPRK has possessed, amid the ever harshest sanctions and pressure, a powerful nuclear deterrent."
KCNA: "The unilateral sanctions of the U.S. are an extension of its hostile policy to strangle the DPRK at any cost by means of sanctions and pressureand also a manifestation of heinous intention to throw a wet blanket over the inter-Korean exchange."
KCNA: "The U.S. Treasury Department announced on January 24 that it would enforce sanctions on more than ten individuals, several entities and vessels under an allegation that those designated violated its 'sanctions laws'."
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KCNA: "A 2018-2021 memorandum of understanding between the governments of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Islamic Republic of Iran on cooperation in the fields of culture, art, education, mass media, sports and youth was signed in Teheran of Iran on Jan. 24."
KCNA: "A fire reportedly broke out at a hospital in Milyang City, South Kyongsang Province of south Korea on Friday. 40-odd patients were found dead and at least 70 seriously or slightly wounded."
KCNA: "A delegation of the DPRK Foreign Ministry led by Vice-Minister Han Song Ryol left here Saturday to visit Sweden. The delegation will have an exchange of views with the Swedish side on bilateral relations and DPRK-EU relations."
KCNA: "As a responsible, peace-loving nuclear power, the DPRK will never use nuclear weapons nor pose any nuclear threat as long as the aggression hostile forces do not encroach upon the sovereignty and interests of the country."
KCNA: "If the U.S. truly wishes for the improvement of the north-south ties and has a willingness to provide a peaceful environment on the peninsula, it should completely halt the joint military exercises, not just postponing them."
KCNA: "A dramatic change is taking place in the situation of the Korean Peninsula thanks to the initiatives and sincere efforts of the DPRK government in the New Year. But the U.S. is massively introducing nuclear strategic assets in and around the Korean Peninsula."
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities have earnestly and repeatedly requested their American master to help them successfully hold the Winter Olympics."
KCNA: "The 'foreign ministers' meeting' held in Vancouver of Canadawas, in fact, for confab on a new war, not on the stability of the peninsula. It was attended by 20 countries and regions, including those which participated in the Korean War against the DPRK in the 1950s."
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KCNA: "The Ssangryong Mine is putting spurs to earth-scrapping at an open-cast cutting site to produce phosphate fertilizer A mine producing glauberite, the Unhung and other mines are focusing efforts on expanding the mineral production capacity."