KCNA: "The U.S. will have to think twice about the fate of the DPRK-U.S. summit on high agenda before a provocative military racket against the DPRK in league with the south Korean authorities."
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities, lost to all senses, should be held wholly accountable for the scuttled north-south high-level talks and the difficulties and obstacles in the way of the north-south relations."
KCNA: "We cannot but take a step of suspending the north-south high-level talks scheduled on May 16 under the prevailing seriously awful situation that a mad-cap north-targeted war and confrontation racket are being kicked up in south Korea."
KCNA: "There is a limit in showing goodwill and offering opportunity."
KCNA: "The south Korean authoritiesresorted to such improper acts quite contrary to the promise to make efforts for the peaceand are allowing even human scum to brazenly hurl mud at the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK in front of the'National Assembly'."
KCNA: "If the U.S. and the south Korean authorities regard the phase of improving inter-Korean ties and the DPRK-U.S. dialogue provided by the proactive and broadminded efforts and measures of the DPRK as something allowed any time and any hour, then they are sadly mistaken."
KCNA: "Even before the ink of the historic April 27 Declaration got dry, the south Korean authorities and the U.S. started such a drill against the DPRK, reacting to all the peace-loving efforts and good intentions which the DPRK has shown with rude and wicked provocation."
KCNA: "The DPRK-targeted drill across south Korea is an undisguised challenge to the Panmunjom Declaration and a decapture military provocation to the trend of the favorably developing situation on the Korean Peninsula."
KCNA: "Involved in the drill are over 100 fighters of various missions including B-52 strategic nuclear bombers and F-22 Raptor stealth fighters under the supervision of the U.S. imperialist aggressor forces in south Korea and the south Korean air force."
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities, together with the U.S., has been staging the largest-ever '2018 Max Thunder' joint air drill throughout south Korea since May 11 in a bid to make a preemptive air strike at the DPRK and win the air."
"We are aware of the South Korean media report," says @PressSec in statement. "The United States will look at what North Korea has said independently, and continue to coordinate closely with our allies."
North Korea plans to join international efforts to implement a total ban on nuclear weapons tests, it told the United Nations disarmament body
North Korea to join global efforts to ban nuclear weapons tests
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KCNA: "The Western society, including the U.S., does not know well about the DPRK and, in practice all the visitors to the DPRK were stunned to find that their experience there is utterly different from what they had had in their mind before."
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KCNA: "An American journalist, who visited the DPRK, noted in an article that the successes in free education, the fact there is no homeless person and the people's pride and confidence show more vividly the true picture of the DPRK."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, the Supreme Leader of the Korean people, formulated the people-first doctrine as the guiding idea of the WPK and is making a new history of giving priority to the people and respecting and loving them with his warm affection."
KCNA: "The politics of love and trust taking care of the people's destiny in a responsible manner to the last have been enforced at a higher level century after century under the wise guidance of the WPK."
KCNA: "Ordinary citizens of the country such as weaver, miner, peasant and scientist are elected as deputies to the Supreme People's Assembly discussing the state affairs and represent the people's interests."
KCNA: "But, in socialist Korea, a good example in guaranteeing the genuine civilization and human rights is being set today when the rights of human being remain seriousthe Korean people are enjoying the genuine political, social, economic and cultural rights."
KCNA: "The human rights performance is the most serious problem in the world where many countries and nations and differing ideologies and systems coexist."
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More explosions would be unnecessarily risky, but there are steps North Korea could take to make the Punggye-ri shutdown more credible and safe, said Suh Kune-yull, professor of nuclear energy systems engineering at Seoul National University.
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KCNA: "The U.S. had better stop such foolish and futile deed as having its nose bitten off, well aware of who is its rival. The south Korean authorities, too, should behave themselves, properly facing up to the trend of the times."
KCNA: "For the U.S. to cling to the provocative anti-DPRK 'human rights' racket is little short of turning the trend of dialogue and peace back to the phase of confrontation and tension and, this may spoil the last hard-won opportunity of solving the issue."
KCNA: "The U.S. gets hell-bent on putting pressure on the DPRK, raising the non-existent 'human rights issue' ahead of the DPRK-U.S. dialogue. This is a senseless act of disregarding elementary etiquette towards the dialogue partner."
South Korea's foreign ministry on Tuesday stressed that U.S. troops on its soil are indispensable for the peace and stability of the region
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Commercial satellite imagery from May 7 provided the first definitive evidence that dismantlement of the North Korea Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site was already well underway. - 38 North
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