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EXPLAINER: Is North Korea moving nukes to its border?

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Possible deployment would be a major development in the decades-long standoff. North Korea already has thousands of conventional weapons aimed at South Korea. Move would be clearest sign yet that Kim is looking to use his nuclear weapons. Critics are calling on Seoul and Washington to formulate a new approach to deal with North Korea.
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Times of India

Explainer: Is North Korea moving nukes to its border? - Times of India

Rest of World News: SEOUL, South Korea: Is North Korea preparing to deploy tactical nuclear weapons along its tense border with rival South Korea, which is only a short d.

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

Pressure mounts on South Korea to reopen case of deported North Korean fishermen

South Korea's ruling party members and rights activists are calling on the government to reopen a 2019 case of the repatriation of two North Korea fishermen, blaming the previous government of trying to curry favour with Pyongyang.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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The Independent

EXPLAINER: Is North Korea moving nukes to its border?

North Korea’s possible decision to deploy tactical nuclear weapons along its border with South Korea that could reach Seoul and U.S. forces stationed in the country in minutes could be a game changer in the standoff between Kim Jong Un and the United States

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Washington Times

Is North Korea moving nukes to its border?

Is North Korea preparing to deploy tactical nuclear weapons along its tense border with rival South Korea, which is only a short drive from the 26 million people living in and around Seoul, its capital?

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Associated Press News

EXPLAINER: Is North Korea moving nukes to its border?

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Is North Korea preparing to deploy tactical nuclear weapons along its tense border with rival South Korea, which is only a short drive from the

1 month ago·United States
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Pressure mounts on S.Korea to reopen case of deported N.Korean fishermen

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's ruling party members and rights activists are calling on the government to reopen a 2019 case of the repatriation of two North Korea fishermen, blaming the previous government of trying to curry favour with Pyongyang. Read full story

1 month ago·Malaysia
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