South Korea says Moon, Trump plan stronger North Korea sanctions

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September 17, 2017
(CNN)US President Donald Trump talked with his South Korean counterpart and agreed to intensify sanctions against North Korea following its repeated nuclear and missile tests. Trump and President Moon Jae-in spoke by phone early Sunday, the South Korean presidential office said. With its constant nuclear and missile tests, North...

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