Japan, U.S. and South Korea agree to step up pressure on North Korea

TOKYO – Senior officials from Japan, the United States and South Korea agreed Thursday to step up pressure on North Korea as they stick to their goal of persuading the communist state to abandon its nuclear weapons. Their pledge comes just two days after U …
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