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28 September 2004 - North Korea Special Weapons News

  • U.S.-Korea Nuclear VOA 28 Sep 2004 -- The United States has urged North Korea to stop bragging about its nuclear weapons capability and return to six-party talks aimed at resolving the nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula. The State Department conceded Tuesday it sees no early resumption of the Chinese-sponsored talks.
  • N. Korean Official Dismisses Claims of Possible Missile Test VOA 28 Sep 2004 -- A senior North Korean official is dismissing claims that Pyongyang is preparing for a missile test.
  • U.S. Is to Blame for Failure to Open Six-party Talks KCNA 28 Sep 2004 -- The Bush group is now spreading the rumor that the six-party talks are being "delayed" owing to the DPRK.
  • KCNA Blasts U.S. for Overturning Groundwork of Six-party Talks KCNA 28 Sep 2004 -- U.S. President Bush at talks with Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi on Sept. 21 let loose a string of stereotyped sophism that he strongly urged the DPRK to come out to the six-party talks.
  • RS on Unshakable Determination to Defend Korean Style Socialism to Last KCNA 28 Sep 2004 -- The Korean People's Army and people will as ever regard the idea and faith of Juche as an eternal lifeline and dynamically make a long journey of the Songun revolution despite any storm and stress, united close around leader Kim Jong Il, Rodong Sinmun Monday says in a signed article.




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