US ambassador to the United Nations: North Korea is feeling pressure

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December 23, 2009 04:40

 
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Tough UN sanctions are putting pressure on North Korea to halt its nuclear program, the US ambassador to the United Nations said Tuesday. Susan Rice said in an interview with The Associated Press and APTN on Tuesday that North Korea is indicating in various ways that it is feeling the pressure of sanctions "and perhaps responding to it." She declined to elaborate on Pyongyang's response.

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