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N. Korea Considering Whether To Resume Nuclear, Missile Tests Amid Impasse With U.S.

Pyongyang blamed U.S. officials for the breakdown in talks in Hanoi last month and said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will soon decide whether to end his country's voluntary moratorium on testing.

North Korea is considering breaking off negotiations with the U.S. and resuming nuclear and missile tests, following last month's summit in Vietnam that ended early and without an agreement, a government official said.

Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui told diplomats and reporters in Pyongyang on Friday that North Korea was disappointed with the outcome of negotiations between President Trump and Kim Jong Un, and

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