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KCNA: "The consecutive fuss in the U.S. and fear caused by even the natural phenomenon being mistaken as a rocket from the DPRK are the natural outcome of the acts done by the U.S. itself."
KCNA: "What is all the more ridiculous is that the U.S. Federal Communications Commission put it that the ballistic missile attack evacuation warning which threw the whole of Hawaii in a great chaos was caused by a mistake of a man who pressed the button during shift period."
KCNA: "What was all the more irony was the fuss in Hawaii on January 13The citizens and tourists in great disarray went busy evacuating amid the heightened fear and delusion of persecution about the nuclear force of the DPRK."
KCNA: "Japan NHK on websites on the afternoon of the same day carried a breaking news that "north Korea seems to have launched missile" only to apologize before its nationals later."
KCNA: "On January 16 a meteor fell from the sky between Ohio and Michigan with a great bang, brightening the sky Internet users admitted that they worried the meteor in question could have been a nuclear bomb flown from north Korea."
KCNA: "Nuclear-phobia by the nuclear force of the DPRK has caused a tragicomedy in the U.S."
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KCNA: "Personages of the Madrid Group for the Study of the Juche Idea of Spain and the Egyptian political parties and organizations explainedKim Jong Un's New Year Address, stressing that the DPRK's nuclear weapons are formidable deterrent to the U.S. nuclear threat."
KCNA: "Seminars on the New Year Address of respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un were held in the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, Spain and Egypt on Jan. 4-10."
Senior South Korean diplomat requests U.N. chief's support for 'Olympics of peace'
KCNA: "Researcher Kwon O Song told KCNA that the workteam is concentrating efforts on developing new Koryo medicines suited to the world trend of medicines development."
KCNA: "Tiger Bone Liquor and Bear Bone Liquor are very efficient for stopping to pain and the treatment of neuralgia and rheumatoid arthritis."
KCNA: "Bear's Gall Liver Pill, made of bear's gall and extract from trunk of Maackia amurensis, is two times more effective than the pill made of only bear's gall. Civet Uhwanghwan, made of cattle's horn and civet, is used as antidote or sedative."
KCNA: "The pharmaceutical workteam of the Central Zoo in the DPRK is manufacturing Koryo medicines with effective ingredients extracted from animalsBear's Gall Injection, Civet Uhwanghwan and Natural Muskrat Injection enjoy popularityfor their good quality and efficacy."
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US Department of State: Secretary Tillerson will travel to London, Paris, Davos, and Warsaw Jan. 21-27 for bilateral meetings to discuss global issues of mutual concern including Iran, Syria, Libya, Lebanon, DPRK, and Ukraine. In Davos, the Secretary will join @POTUS and the U.S. delegation to @wef.
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KCNA: "They have made these achievements, cherishing the firm faith that they will surely win victory if they are led by the Supreme Leader despite thesanctions and pressure of hostile forces including the U.S. aiming at the 'total destruction' and 'extermination' of the DPRK."