State media review: North Korea calls denuclearization a ‘declaration of war’
An in-depth analysis of nuclear threats against US, youth enlistment for army and meeting on natural disasters
North Korea’s foreign ministry threatened to use its nuclear weapons offensively against the U.S. if Washington attempts to denuclearize the country, in a defiant rejoinder to attempts to criticize the DPRK’s recent missile launches at the U.N.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also denounced criticism of the country’s human rights abuses in multiple statements and once again slammed the U.N. chief for allegedly siding with the U.S. against Pyongyang.
Also this week, state media continued to report that young people have volunteered by the hundreds of thousands for
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