No indication North Korean nuclear activities stopped: IAEA

Reuters Politics 1 month ago

The U.N. nuclear watchdog said it did not find any indication that North Korea had stopped its nuclear activities, adding to doubts about the country's willingness to abandon its arsenal.

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