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North Korea Conducts More Missile Tests Following Kamala Harris’ Visit to DMZ

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North Korea Conducts More Missile Tests Following Kamala Harris’ Visit to DMZ

North Korea Conducts More Missile Tests Following Kamala Harris’ Visit to DMZ

North Korea Conducts , More Missile Tests Following , Kamala Harris’ Visit to DMZ.

On September 29, United States Vice President Kamala Harris condemned North Korea during a visit to the inter-Korean border.

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On September 29, United States Vice President Kamala Harris condemned North Korea during a visit to the inter-Korean border.

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Reuters reports that Harris issued unusually strong criticism, accusing North Korea of being a "brutal dictatorship" with rampant human rights violations.

Reuters reports that Harris issued unusually strong criticism, accusing North Korea of being a "brutal dictatorship" with rampant human rights violations.

Following Harris' visit to the border, North Korea fired two ballistic missiles from north of the capital, Pyongyang.

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Following Harris' visit to the border, North Korea fired two ballistic missiles from north of the capital, Pyongyang.

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Reuters reports that it is the third such launch in the past five days.

While speaking in the DMZ, Harris said that the heavily-armed border offered a stark reminder of how the two sides of Korea had chosen , "dramatically different paths.".

In the North, we see a brutal dictatorship, rampant human rights violations and an unlawful weapons program that threatens peace and stability, Kamala Harris, United States Vice President, via Reuters.

In the North, we see a brutal dictatorship, rampant human rights violations and an unlawful weapons program that threatens peace and stability, Kamala Harris, United States Vice President, via Reuters.

The United States and the world seek a stable and peaceful Korean peninsula where the DPRK is no longer a threat, Kamala Harris, United States Vice President, via Reuters.

Harris' visit comes amid rising regional tension over North Korea's recent missile launches and China's actions in the Taiwan Strait.

South Korean officials claim North Korea has completed preparations to hold its seventh nuclear test.

According to the White House, Harris' meeting with South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol was meant to reaffirm the goal of complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

According to the White House, Harris' meeting with South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol was meant to reaffirm the goal of complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula


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