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Pyŏngyang : North Korea | Feb 13, 2013 at 4:40 AM PST
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This is a new threat that tends a little more atmosphere. North Korea announced its intention to conduct an underground nuclear test new "high level". The decision comes after the launch of a satellite in December and expanded sanctions by the Security Council of the UN. After the nuclear tests of 2006 and 2009, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak at the end of term, assured that "North Korea conducts nuclear test multiple two or more locations simultaneously." Sunday, Pyongyang, Kim Jong-un boasted place the north of the peninsula to a "major turning point" in terms of defense counsel at government and military level. If the date of this new test is unclear, experts believe that the shooting could take place on February 16 on the anniversary of the birth of the late Kim Jong-il. According to the Security Council, which is preparing to tighten sanctions, North Korea dangerously attempts "to undermine the authority and credibility" when international bodies, since 1994, the country was shattered, is linked to an agreement consistent with Washington to dismantle its nuclear program in return for economic aid. Given the failure of negotiations and sanctions, some analysts call the "normalization" of relations between the two countries. However, for the first time, the Chinese press raises the possibility of a "break" with his neighbor: "If North Korea persists to conduct a third nuclear test despite efforts to dissuade it will pay a high price. Assistance it receives from China should be reduced, "the judge bluntly Global Times. Before concluding that Beijing "will not relations with Pyongyang over its strategic interests." Internet
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