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KCNA: "The perfect success in the H-bomb test for ICBM that shook the earth is its eloquent proof."
KCNA: "The more recklessly the U.S. resorts to irrational sanctions…the more rapidly the defence capability of Juche Korea will develop."
KCNA: "It is a tragedy that the U.S. and its lackeys are still pinning hope on sanctions and military option."
KCNA: "The Trump administration should have a correct understanding of the actual power of the DPRK."
KCNA: "U.S. sanctions and muscle-flexing only boomerang on it."
Ministry: Four more THAAD rocket launchers will be installed on Thursday
Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed a request from his South Korean counterpart Wednesday to cut off oil shipments to energy-starved North Korea as a way of punishing the communist state for its latest nuclear test and also forcing it out to the dialogue table.
Russian and North Korean delegations may meet at Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok - Lavrov
Russian President Putin calls for talks with North Korea, says sanctions are not a solution.
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US Air Force WC-135C Nuke Sniffer - Constant Phoenix airborne near Japan
South Korean President Moon arrives in Russia for summit with Putin, regional forum
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U.S. Pacific Command: USS Theodore Roosevelt exercises with USNavy and MarineCorps aviation as the Carrier Strike Group prepares to deploy to @USPacificFleet
SkyNews understands PM Turnbull and Pres Trump agree now is the time for maximum diplomatic and economic pressure on NK
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ROK AirForceOne plane Passing north of North Korea
KCNA: "The puppet forces, which cannot fire even a single bullet without an approval of the U.S., are talking about 'executing a war.'"
KCNA: "The puppet forces should get an approval of the U.S. if they want to increase a bit their missile range or weight of warheads."
KCNA: "What about the plight of the puppets? They are no more than colonial servants and cannon fodder of the U.S."
South Korean vice FM rules out war on Korean Peninsula
“All options are on the table,” says @PressSec in response to question about possible negotiations with DPRK.
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"The most dangerous crisis we face" is the nuclear risk from DPRK, says @antonioguterres in response to reporter's question.
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"Negotiations depend on the will of the parties," says @antonioguterres on DPRK.
KCNA: "The U.S. is terribly mistaken if it thinks it can frighten or persuade the DPRK by talking about 'all options' on the table."
KCNA: "With the emergence of… Trump…we were left with no other choice than redoubling our efforts to strengthen the state nuclear force."
KCNA: "In order to thoroughly eradicate the…nuclear threat of the U.S. going on for decades, the DPRK chose to possess nuclear weapons."
KCNA: "No one has the right to make a fuss about our test of H-bomb for ICBM."
KCNA: "The wild…remarks of 'fire and fury' let loose by Trump…testify that the U.S. is indeed the heinous aggressor who is begging for war."
KCNA: "U.S. is running amuck to defame the DPRK, taking issue with our measures to bolster the…nuclear force, but this is only a sophistry."
KCNA: "At the emergency meeting of the United Nations…, the U.S. [dwelt] on the ridiculous rhetoric that the DPRK is begging for war."
Lavrov, Tillerson discussed North Korea by phone
US officials warn that "the window for diplomacy is closing" with North Korea
: I am allowing Japan and South Korea to buy a substantially increased amount of highly sophisticated military equipment from the United States.
With North Korea reportedly planning another missile launch, Pres Trump has a National Security Council briefing this morning.
North Korea nuclear test likely much larger than previously estimated - Japan Defense Minister
France: North Korea has developed missiles capable of reaching Europe faster than expected
Putin: North Koreans would rather 'eat grass' than give up nukes
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says North Korea's nuclear tests are a "flagrant breach of international conventions"
Germany's Merkel says more sanctions on North Korea urgently needed
Russian President Putin calls for talks with North Korea, warns against whipping up 'military hysteria'
Russia's Putin warns tougher North Korea sanctions could lead to 'global catastrophe'
North Korea has been observed moving what appeared to be an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) towards its west coast
KCNA: "The U.S. is entirely to blame for compelling the DPRK to take tougher military countermeasure."
KCNA: "It is the resolute… will of the DPRK to put a definite end to the U.S.…moves to ignite a nuclear war on the Korean peninsula."
South Korean president taps Assembly secretary-general as new ambassador to Russia
KCNA: "Ministry of Fisheries solved sci-tech problems arising in acclimatizing tilapia to sea water and settled basic feed…in Korean style."
KCNA: "The DPRK is pushing ahead with the work to introduce tilapia breeding technology."
KCNA: "But this is just honeyed words to use the puppet forces as cheap cannon fodder."
KCNA: "U.S. is claiming 'blood-sealed alliance'…whenever an opportunity presented itself."
KCNA: "The U.S. is not concerned about the security of the south Koreans. It is an aggressor and plunderer, not protector of south Koreans."
KCNA: "Conflicts of opinions are…seen between the U.S. and the south Korean puppet authorities…, who have so far claimed 'solid alliance'."
KCNA: "It is as foolish an act as trying to evade the thunderbolt with a small gourd on the head…to deter the DPRK's…rockets…with THAAD."
KCNA: "THAAD is not capable of deterring the merciless strike by the Juche weapons of the army and people of the DPRK."
KCNA: "The south Korean puppet forces…are crying out for 'punishment'. This would make even the stone Buddha in the temple laugh."