North Korea, US disagree over denuclearisation deal; Pyongyang calls Washington's insistent moves 'alarming'
Monday, 6 August 2018
North Korea and US came to blows at ASEAN Regional Forum on Saturday over the denuclearisation deal. Pyongyang accused Washington of being "alarming" with its insistent moves
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According to a report by Reuters, North Korea and the United States on Saturday traded remarks over a denuclearization agreement reached at a summit in June, as Washington called for maintaining sanctions pressure against Pyongyang, which in turn said it was alarmed by the United State's intentions.... ▶ North Korea Reaffirms 'Determination And Commitment' To Denuclearization 00:47
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