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China Pressed to Take Action Against North Koreai
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February 20, 2013 7:05 AM
North Korea’s third nuclear test drew international criticism, but options for punishing Pyongyang may remain limited. A key factor is how China responds. VOA's William Ide reports that although officials in China have clearly expressed misgivings over the test, Beijing has yet to show any signs it is prepared to cut critical support for the North.

China Pressed to Take Action Against North Korea

Published February 20, 2013

North Korea’s third nuclear test drew international criticism, but options for punishing Pyongyang may remain limited. A key factor is how China responds. VOA's William Ide reports that although officials in China have clearly expressed misgivings over the test, Beijing has yet to show any signs it is prepared to cut critical support for the North.


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