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North Korea warns U.S., Europeans against raising its missile tests at U.N.

Reuters Monday, 7 October 2019
North Korea warned the United States, Britain, France and Germany on Monday that raising the issue of Pyongyang's missile tests at the United Nations Security Council would "further urge our desire to defend our sovereignty."
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