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Source: Global News

North Korea wants Mike Pompeo out of nuclear talks, wants someone more ‘mature’: state media

Today 10:50 GMT

North Korea said on Thursday it no longer wanted to deal with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and said he should be replaced in talks by someone more mature, hours after it announced its first weapons test since nuclear talks broke down.

WATCH: Pompeo says U.S. still committed to North Korea denuclearization, says Kim made commitment. KCNA quoted Kwon, who is in charge of U.S. affairs, as saying the Vietnam summit, the second between the two leaders, showed that talks could go wrong “whenever Pompeo pokes his nose in.”. “Therefore, even in the case of possible resumption of the dialogue with the United States, I wish our dialogue counterpart would be not Pompeo but other person who is more careful and mature in communicating with us.”

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Source: Fox News

Movement at North Korea's main nuclear site seen in satellite photos

Thursday 09:54 GMT

Satellite images taken late last week appear to show activity at North Korea’s main nuclear site, a possible negative sign for diplomatic negotiations between the U.S. and Kim Jong Un's regime.

Images taken of the Yongbyon nuclear site on Friday revealed five “specialized” rail cars near the Uranium Enrichment Plant and Isotope/Tritium Production Facility which suggested the transportation of radioactive material, Washington’s Center for Strategic and International Studies, a U.S. think tank, said in a report on Tuesday. “In the past, these specialized railcars appear to have been associated with the movement of radioactive material or reprocessing campaigns.”


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