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February 12, 2013 12:11 PM

U.N. condemns North Korea nuclear test, but it’s not clear what happens now

Hours after carrying out a nuclear test in defiance of international warnings not to, North Korea warned Tuesday that it will take new unspecified actions if the United States doesn’t curb its hostility toward the rogue nation.

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