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North Korea rejects 'unlawful' sanctions, says US is 'fired up' for confrontation

  • Tue, 12 Sep 2017 20:46

A defiant North Korea has "categorically rejected" a UN Security Council resolution to step up sanctions against the country, saying the US is "fired up" for a confrontation.

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