23 September 2004 - North Korea Special Weapons News
- POWELL / NORTH KOREA VOA 23 Sep 2004 -- Secretary of State Colin Powell said Thursday a North Korean missile test would be unfortunate. But at a New York news conference he said a test would not intimidate the United States, or alter its support for six-party talks on Pyongyang's nuclear program.
- Six-Party Talks Only Option to Denuclearize Korean Peninsula Washington File 23 Sep 2004 -- There is no substitute for the six-party talks to denuclearize the Korean peninsula, Secretary of State Colin Powell said September 23.
- NOKOR/MISSILE VOA 23 Sep 2004 -- There is concern in Japan and South Korea that North Korea might be preparing to launch a ballistic missile.
- U.S. Forces' Withdrawal from S. Korea Urged KCNA 24 Sep 2004 -- The struggle for the withdrawal of the U.S. forces from south Korea is a just and patriotic struggle to ensure peace of the country and accomplish the cause of national reunification by the efforts of the nation itself, says Rodong Sinmun Thursday in a signed article.
- Planned Distribution of U.S.-Made Anti-DPRK Computer Games under Fire KCNA 24 Sep 2004 -- The south Korean company of computer games "Wizard Soft" is going to introduce anti-north computer games such as "Ghost Recon 2" and "Splinter Shell 3" from the U.S. company of computer games "UB Soft."
- U.S. Ambition to Dominate Asia under Fire KCNA 24 Sep 2004 -- The United States, attaching importance to Northeast Asia, especially Japan in implementing its preemptive attack strategy, has deployed huge aggressor troops there in a bid to use them in realizing its ambition to dominate Asia, says Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article.
- Rodong Sinmun on Ideological Source of Revolutionary Soldier Spirit KCNA 24 Sep 2004 -- The revolutionary soldier spirit is a lofty revolutionary spirit representing the great Songun era and a powerful ideological weapon for working miracles and performing exploits in the revolution and construction. Rodong Sinmun Thursday says this in a signed article.
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