S.Korea seeks 'strongest' measures after N.Korea nuke test

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September 3, 2017 11:25
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SEOUL - South Korea said on Sunday North Korea's defiant sixth nuclear test should be met with the "strongest possible" response, including new UN Security Council sanctions to "completely isolate" the country.

Seoul and Washington also discussed deploying US strategic military assets to the Korean peninsula after North Korea defied international warnings and conducted its most powerful nuclear test ever on Sunday, South Korea's national security adviser Chung Eui-yong said in a news briefing.

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