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Amid Breakdown In Nuclear Talks, North Korea Threatens U.S. With 'Christmas Gift'

NPR Tuesday, 3 December 2019
Pyongyang did not elaborate on the statement, but in 2017, state media referred to North Korea's first test launch of an ICBM as part of a "package of gifts" for the U.S.
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