Nuclear tests will 'never stop' if US 'acts of aggression' continue, N. Korean official says
A North Korean government official in a rare interview promised his country's nuclear tests would "never stop" as long as the U.S. continued what they viewed as "acts of aggression."
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The Associated Press | Posted Apr 27th - 1:41pm
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Brady McCombs, Associated Press | Posted Apr 27th - 12:50pm
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