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North Korea warns U.N. Security Council against discussing country's human rights

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
North Korea told the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that it would consider any discussion of the country's human rights situation a "serious provocation" and Pyongyang would "respond strongly."
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