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Kim Jong Un vows to further bolster nuclear war deterrence

Reuters Sunday, 24 May 2020
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hosted a military meeting to discuss new policies to bolster the country's nuclear capabilities amid stalled denuclearisation talks with the United States, state media KCNA said on Sunday.
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