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Posted by admin on Apr 17, 2018

AFPA day after US, French and British missiles slammed into suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria, authorities in North Korea -- its longstanding friend -- held dances in the street to celebrate founder Kim Il Sung's birthday. The North's state media made no comment until Tuesday, three days after the strikes, when a line tucked away on the back page of the Rodong Sinmun newspaper merely chided the US for using the cause of "'anti-terrorism' as an excuse" for its actions. The token response is a notable contrast to last year, when it condemned a Syria missile attack ordered by President Donald Trump as an "intolerable act of aggression" that proved "a million times over" that its own nuclear weapons programme was the right choice.


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