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Moon, Trump agree to bring N. Korea to dialogue table thru sanctions, pressure

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The hour-long telephone conversation held late Thursday (Seoul time) came one day after the North launched an apparent intercontinental ballistic missile in its first provocation in two and a half months. The call marked the second of its kind in two days.

Pyongyang on Wednesday claimed success in its latest missile test, also declaring completion of building the "state nuclear force."

   Moon said it was not clear whether the communist nation has in fact built nuclear weapons, let alone perfected its missile technology.

"The missile launched yesterday certainly was the most advanced one so far in all aspects, but the reentry technology has not yet been proven, and it is also uncertain whether the North has secured the technology to miniaturize nuclear warheads," he told the U.S. president, according to Cheong Wa Dae spokesman Park Soo-hyun.

"The task we face is to completely prevent North Korea from further advancing its nuclear and missile technologies, and eventually to have them dismantled," Moon added.

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http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/northkorea/2017/12/01/91/0401000000AEN20171201000753315F.html

Well, which is it? They have them or they don't. Make up yer minds! 

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