KCNA: "The U.S. should immediately withdraw its gangster-like measure that re-listed the DPRK as a 'sponsor of terrorism'. The U.S. outrage to terminate our sacred socialist Korea makes every KPA serviceperson burn with the strong will to exterminate the enemies."
KCNA: "The re-listing of the DPRK as a 'sponsor of terrorism' is no more than a last-ditch effort of Trump and his clique who were taken aback by the vigorous advance made by the DPRK despite of sanctions."
KCNA: "Old lunatic Trump's made a false charge of terrorism against the DPRK again. It is an unethical crime to deprive the DPRK of its sovereignty and rights to existence and development."
Kim Hyon-hui, a former North Korean agent who bombed a South Korean airliner in 1987, calls the US decision to redesignate the DPRK as a state sponsor of terrorism a “good thing” during a phone interview with @VOA_Korean.
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KCNA: "The U.S. does not hesitate such brigandish act as assassinating a state leader in broad daylight…Now their moves have reached the hideous assassination terrorism by use of bio-chemical substances."
KCNA: "Terrorism is what makes the rogue state U.S. exist…the U.S. is the biggest terrorist sponsor and the biggest state-sponsored terrorist universally recognized by the international community."
KCNA: "It is the height of shamelessness and a serious politically-motivated provocation for the U.S. to brand the DPRK as a 'terrorist sponsor' even though it is censured as the biggest terrorist sponsor on our planet."
KCNA: "The DPRK has opposed all forms of terrorism and support for it. It acceded to major international pacts against terrorism and has done its bit as a member of the international community to put a definite end to terrorism."
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KCNA: "It is no longer pardonable that old lunatic Trump and his clique committed another hideous political provocation against the DPRK. Our deep-rooted indignation against Yankees is sky-scrapping."
KCNA on U.S. terror designation: "It is none other than the U.S., kingpin of international terrorism, which has openly engaged itself in subversion, murder, ravage and plunder…Such human scum like Trump are deserved to be exterminated on the earth."
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