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NORTH KOREA Celebrates their 69th Anniversary While EUROPE ask to DEAL with the ISSUE

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Kim Jong-un: North Korea urges nuclear build-up on anniversary

North Korea marked the nation’s founding anniversary on September 9. It’s state media called for a nuclear arms buildup, amidst mounting international sanctions.

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N. Korea calls for more nuclear weapons development on anniversary of ‘military-first’ ideology

北, ‘선군절’ 맞아 “핵무력 중추 자위적 국방력 강화”

North Korea is showing no sign that it intends to slow down its nuclear program, with its state media calling for the production of more nuclear weapons.
A front-page editorial in the state-run Rodong Sinmun declares that the regime should strengthen its defense capabilities by making its nuclear weapons the crux of its military force.
The paper says this should be achieved by producing better, cutting-edge nuclear weapons in greater numbers.
This commentary on Friday came as the regime celebrated the 57th anniversary of Songun , or the ‘military-first’ ideology.
Songun ideology puts the military at the forefront of the state’s policies and resources, and its anniversary was made into a national holiday four years ago by leader Kim Jong-un.

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Anniversary celebrations held in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

‍Inner Mongolia has successfully shown the way for China’s system of regional autonomy for the country’s ethnic minorities, said Yu Zhengsheng, Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, on Tuesday.

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On Nagasaki Anniversary, North Korea Threat Tests Japan’s Nuclear Taboo

As North Korea and the United States up the rhetoric over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, long-held taboos are being broken in neighboring Japan, the only country to have suffered nuclear bombardment at the end of World War II. VOA’s Henry Ridgwell reports from Tokyo.
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Russia: Sevastopol marks anniversary of Kursk nuclear submarine tragedy

A mourning ceremony was held in Sevastopol, Saturday, to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the Kursk nuclear submarine tragedy in which 118 sailors lost their lives after the vessel sank in the Barents Sea.

Following the prayer, sailors of the Black Sea Fleet and relatives who had lost their loved ones in the Kursk tragedy headed to Kommunarov Cemetery. Mourners laid flowers for the deceased crewmen, many of whom hailed from Sevastopol and worked in the submarine at various posts, ranging from midshipmen to senior officers.

SOT, Yuri Orekhovski, Deputy Commander of Black Sea Fleet (Russian): “More drills and training of various types are being conducted so that such a tragedy would never happen again. New equipment is more reliable [and] has a higher degree of protection. That is also a factor [in ensuring that] such tragedies do not happen again.”

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