US warns North Korea against missile launch

By REUTERS
April 12, 2013 14:21

 
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SEOUL - North Korea would be making a "huge mistake" if it launched one of its medium-range missiles during the current standoff between it, the United States and South Korea, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned on Friday.

"Kim Jong-un needs to understand, as I think he probably does, what the outcome of a conflict would be," Kerry said in reference to the North Korean leader after meeting with his South Korean counterpart in Seoul.

"Our hope is we can get back to talks."


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