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Deploying new U.S. missiles would be 'reckless act': North Korean media

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Any move by the United States to place new ground-launched, intermediate-range missiles in South Korea could spark a "new Cold War" and an escalating arms race in the region, North Korean state media said on Wednesday.
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