North Korea tells UN it has the ‘right’ to test weapons

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North Korea’s United Nations ambassador Kim Song told the General Assembly on September 27, 2021, that “nobody can deny the right” of the nuclear-armed country to test weapons. Song’s comments came moments after South Korea’s military said the North had fired an “unidentified projectile” into the sea off its east coast.

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