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Key developments on North Korea this week

North Korea 16:00 September 17, 2021

SEOUL, Sept. 17 (Yonhap) -- The following are key developments regarding North Korea this week.

Sept. 13 -- N. Korea test-fires new long-range cruise missiles: state media

-- Top nuke envoys of S. Korea, Japan hold talks amid renewed tensions over N.K. missile launch

-- U.S. military says N.K. missile launches show threats it poses to int'l community

-- U.S. remains open to diplomacy with N. Korea after latest missile launch: White House

14 -- U.S. ready to help address N.K. humanitarian concerns regardless of denuclearization: envoy

15 -- N. Korea fires 2 short-range ballistic missiles into East Sea

-- S. Korea succeeds in testing ballistic missile launch from submarine

-- Moon says S. Korea's SLBM development can be deterrent to N. Korean provocation: Cheong Wa Dae

-- S. Korea develops supersonic cruise missile amid tensions with N. Korea

-- N.K. leader's sister warns of 'total deadlock' of inter-Korean ties

-- U.S. condemns N. Korean missile launch, urges Pyongyang to return to dialogue

16 -- N. Korea confirms missile launches from train

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