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'Win or go home': U.S. soccer fans in Doha look forward to Iran game

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:54 sec | 3 hrs ago

'Win or go home': U.S. soccer fans in Doha look forward to Iran game

"As you just heard on CBS, the U.S. soccer team advanced in the World Cup today, defeating Iran, one nil, San Francisco's World Cup watch party, gave fans a chance to come together and the USA to victory. David Welch reports, you could cut the tension at the party with a knife. Fans arrived with a lot of optimism in a glimmer of hope for what it could be like if the U.S. won today. I'm really looking for a good match. I'm looking for the offense to wake up. I'm hoping for a quick goal. Maybe the first ten minutes? It took the U.S. a little longer to score their first goal doing so in the 38th minute. And that's when San Francisco's World Cup village erupted with cheers. And when fans finally settled down this World Cup watch party turned into a tension filled thriller.

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NATO renews membership vow to Ukraine, pledges arms and aid

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 hrs ago

NATO renews membership vow to Ukraine, pledges arms and aid

"As NATO renews its commitment to one day welcome Ukraine as a member, Kyiv is doubling down on what it calls a more urgent request. Ukrainian foreign minister de maitre kuleba says the last time he met with NATO ministers, he had a three word request. Weapons weapons and weapons. Today in Bucharest, three other words. Faster, faster, and faster. Colaba says Ukraine appreciates what the U.S. and others have given. But the war goes on, and as Russian air strikes keep taking out Ukraine's energy infrastructure, he's asking for Transformers and more advanced air defenses, specifically patriot missile systems. Right now we have no plans to provide patriot batteries to Ukraine, but Brigadier general pat rider at The Pentagon says the U.S. will keep talking with allies about other weapons on top of what's already been sent to Ukraine. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Qatar acknowledges over 400 workers died preparing for World Cup

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 7 hrs ago

Qatar acknowledges over 400 workers died preparing for World Cup

"Think so. I mean, when you, when FIFA puts the World Cup, the men's World Cup in Qatar, that happened 12 years ago. With all of its issues, human rights, migrant workers being killed LGBTQ rights. And then of course you have Iran and their own players, as you'll recall, did not sing their national anthem before the first match in a sign of protest. The U.S. is doing what I think it should be doing in pointing out that it also is standing in solidarity with the protesters and with the women of Iran. And I think absolutely this is the stage for that kind of support and protest and display. And while it's been controversial, I think the U.S. and the soccer federation and the U.S. men's national team deserves a lot of credit for bringing these issues to the fore at this important time, not only for the world and this world wide stage, but also in their young lives, the men's soccer team young lives and this important athletic event they also realize the magnitude and there's so many much more than just the sports part of it. Now followers of sports history will certainly remember the 1980 Olympic hockey matchup between the U.S. and Russia at a time of extreme international attention. Is there a fair comparison from that event to today's match?

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Proud, Scared and Conflicted. What the China Protesters Told Me.

Squawk Pod

00:32 sec | 7 hrs ago

Proud, Scared and Conflicted. What the China Protesters Told Me.

"Let's get to China where security has stepped up and anti COVID lockdown protests to have disappeared following an unprecedented weekend of anger. Eunice, you and joins us right now. She's got the latest from Beijing. Hi yunus. Hi, Becky. Well, as you said, China has stepped up its security in many different cities, including here in Beijing. They've also started searching for protesters who had been demonstrating against the COVID restrictions. In addition to that, more and more students are starting to indicate that they are receiving notices to

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Biden, Macron ready to talk Ukraine, trade in state visit

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 hrs ago

Biden, Macron ready to talk Ukraine, trade in state visit

"France's president is heading to Washington for the first state visit of Joe Biden's presidency. The relationship between the two presidents had a choppy start last year, French president Emmanuel Macron briefly recalled his ambassador to the United States due to a spat over a submarine steel. However, the relationship has since turned around with Macron emerging as one of Biden's most forward facing European allies in regards to the war in Ukraine. The leaders have a lot to discuss during Macron's visit, including Iran's nuclear program and China's assertiveness in the indo Pacific. I'm Karen Chammas

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Australia argues against ‘endangered’ status for Great Barrier Reef

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 9 hrs ago

Australia argues against ‘endangered’ status for Great Barrier Reef

"Australia's environment minister has said she will fight against a UNESCO decision to add the Great Barrier Reef to a list of endangered World Heritage Sites, Australian environment minister tanja tilby sex said the criticisms of her government's inaction on climate change were not justified. If the Great Barrier Reef is in danger, then every coral reef in the world is in danger. If this World Heritage Site is in danger, then most World Heritage Sites around the world are in danger from climate change. Kill the sec insisted the Australian government were doing all they could to save the reef. There is no need to single out the Great Barrier Reef in Australia because there is no government taking the risks to coral reefs more seriously than the Australian government. Scientist Jody rummer disagreed. We can not claim to be doing all we can for the reef at this point we aren't. We need to be setting that message

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Torture allegations mount in aftermath of Kherson occupation

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 11 hrs ago

Torture allegations mount in aftermath of Kherson occupation

"After 8 months of occupation, the city of Herzog is finally back in Ukrainian hands. However, reports are arising of allegations of torture in the region. The Associated Press spoke to 5 people who alleged torture took place by Russians in the key Ukrainian city, 5 alleged torture rooms have been found in the city along with at least four more in the wider house on region. It is there that people allege they were confined beaten shocked interrogated and threatened with death according to police. They alleged they were forced to give information about relatives or acquaintances with ties to the Ukrainian army, including names and locations disclosed in handwritten notes, human rights experts warned that the accusations made so far are likely only the beginning. I am Karen Chammas

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NATO ‘will not back down’ in its support for Ukraine, its secretary general says.

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:46 sec | 11 hrs ago

NATO ‘will not back down’ in its support for Ukraine, its secretary general says.

"Push to address the power grid nightmare in Ukraine after relentless Russian attacks on key infrastructure. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his counterparts from around the world are meeting in Bucharest discussing deliveries of electrical equipment to the war zone needed for repairs. Also at the meeting, NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg. President Putin is trying to use winter as a weapon of war, NATO's yen Stoltenberg says if we let Putin win all of us will pay a much higher price for many years to come. Congress is expected to stop a looming national railroad strike as President Biden urged lawmakers to act. President Biden says while he is pro labor, the economic impact of a shutdown

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Iran acknowledges more than 300 are dead from unrest from nationwide protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 14 hrs ago

Iran acknowledges more than 300 are dead from unrest from nationwide protests

"At WTO P dot com. An Iranian general says more than 300 people have been killed in nationwide protests there. It was the first official word on casualties since the demonstrations began two months ago, but the estimate is considerably lower than the total reported by the human rights activists in Iran. That's a U.S. based group that has been closely tracking the protests since they erupted in mid September. They say more than 450 protesters and 60 security forces have died since the start of the unrest. And that more than 18,000 have been detained. The protests were sparked by the death of a young woman who was arrested by Iran's morality police. But it has escalated into calls for the overthrow of Iran's ruling clerics. Money

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China's Xi Jinping faces calls to resign amid unprecedented protests

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:16 min | 15 hrs ago

China's Xi Jinping faces calls to resign amid unprecedented protests

"Morning, Karen. Chinese universities are sending students home as the ruling Communist Party Titans anti virus controls and tries to prevent more protests. Crowds angered by its severe zero COVID restrictions have called for president Xi Jinping to resign. President Biden is asking Congress to intervene and block a railroad strike before next month's deadline. At the World Cup later today, the U.S. faces Iran in a match with strong political overtones. Iran is angry after the U.S. soccer federation displayed on social media, a doctored image of the Iranian flag without the emblem of the Islamic Republic. The U.S. must beat Iran to advance. In the NFL, the Steelers beat the colts 24 17. In the NBA, the nets wizards and Celtics won in the NHL the Devils beat the rangers 5 three. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries, I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Okay, Michael, thanks. It's 5 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak and we want to get the latest on the situation in China with these days of protests continuing over strict COVID measures. Joining us live from Hong Kong now is Bloomberg chief Asia economics correspondent and

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 Europe's inflation likely hasn't peaked, ECB's Lagarde says

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:04 min | 18 hrs ago

Europe's inflation likely hasn't peaked, ECB's Lagarde says

"Federal Reserve policymakers have stressed that more rate hikes are coming as the Central Bank grapples with surging inflation and a red hot jobs market. New York fed president John Williams says there is more work to do. Further tightening monetary policy should help restore balance between demand and supply and bring inflation back to 2% over the next few years. It will take some time, but I'm fully confident that we'll return to a sustained period of price to build. John Williams comments were echoed in Europe yesterday by the European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde. She says she'd be surprised if Eurozone inflation had peaked, suggesting the recent ramp up in interest rates isn't over yet. The crypto lender BlockFi has filed for bankruptcy becoming the latest digital asset firm to collapse in the wake of the FTX fiasco, our senior crypto reporter Joanna Austin der says their sector may not be out of the Woods just yet. When FTX went under, it affected them as well and looked like they were already having a bit of trouble anyway. So it just shows how many of these things are interconnected and

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US oil prices hit lowest level in nearly a year. Gas is down 6% in a month - CNN

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 19 hrs ago

US oil prices hit lowest level in nearly a year. Gas is down 6% in a month - CNN

"Of record high gas prices at the pump caused by skyrocketing oil prices were now seen in oil prices actually at their lowest for 2022. Gasoline prices are down 6% just this month. So what is behind this price drop? And can we expect it to continue through the holidays? This morning, Tom closer, global head of energy analysis for the oil price information service with more on refineries and gasoline production. They're making so much money on diesel and jet fuel, which is maybe close to 50% of what they make, that they can afford to basically sell gasoline for little or no profits. And that's happening in different parts of the country. The one thing I would stress is that you haven't really seen the sharp

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China to Launch Astronauts to Tiangong Space Station: How to Watch

Innovation Now

00:41 sec | 20 hrs ago

China to Launch Astronauts to Tiangong Space Station: How to Watch

"Taking everything the astronauts need to survive in space, simply isn't practical or cost effective. For long duration missions, astronauts are going to need a local source for food. But where do space farmers get dirt in space? This is innovation now. Looking to nature for inspiration. Some researchers are hoping fungi and asteroids will help solve future astronauts agricultural dilemma. The long, branching structures of certain fungus can penetrate long distances into cracks, breaking down rock. Indeed, evidence indicates that fungi played a key role in early soil formation on earth. Asteroids

China Regroups to Snuff Out a Wave of Covid Protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 23 hrs ago

China Regroups to Snuff Out a Wave of Covid Protests

". China's leader, Xi Jinping is facing a wave of public anger and demonstrations over his zero COVID policy, The White House says President Biden is monitoring this largest Chinese protests in decades, CBS Ed O'Keefe reports. The unrest is now affecting global markets, shares of Apple found nearly 3% after reports the company could see production losses at a Foxconn factory in eastern China, where workers have protested COVID restrictions and the lack of bonus payments. In Buffalo, New York, a self described white supremacist who killed ten black people at a supermarket in May, pleads guilty to multiple counts of murder and a hate motivated domestic terrorism charge. Erie county district attorney John Flynn

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UK's Rishi Sunak says 'golden era' with China over

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

UK's Rishi Sunak says 'golden era' with China over

"Britain's prime minister says his country's relations with China have declined. I Norman hall. In his first major speech on foreign policy, British prime minister Rishi sunak says the UK's golden era ties with China is over soon as China's growing authoritarianism is a systemic challenge to Britain's values and interest, but sunac stops short of calling China a threat to supporting China hawks and his Conservative Party. In his speech to the annual lord mayor's banquet in London, sunak said the UK would stand up to global competitors like China by boosting its ties with like minded global allies, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Japan. I Norman hall

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Gaslighting: Merriam-Webster picks its word of the year - BBC

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Gaslighting: Merriam-Webster picks its word of the year - BBC

"The season we look back on trends and styles and words are no exception. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow reports on the word of the year. And the winner is gaslighting Miriam Webster's word of the year. Peter sokolovsky, his Webster's editor at large. What we are looking for for the word of the year is the words that are looked up in 2022 that were not looked up in large numbers in earlier years. Gaslighting is defined as psychological manipulation over an extended period of time that causes the victim to question the validity of their own thoughts, perception of reality or memories. Jim crisilla CBS

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Black Friday online sales top $9 billion in new record

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Black Friday online sales top $9 billion in new record

"Charlie for our next segment talking about those retail names and how they are trading. There's a Bloomberg opinion piece today that talked about Black Friday fatigue, how it's a warning sign for retail in the column it was noted online sales during the crucial kick-off to the holiday season reaching though a record 9.1 billion. This is according to Adobe analytics, but the 2.3% increase from last year's supply chain crunched season, tepid compared with 13% in 2020 and 19% in 29. 19. So in store traffic about apparently similarly insipid. So let's see what our next guest has to say about all of this because he has tons of data that makes him an expert on holiday retail shopping. Back with us, we welcome Patrick Brown, VP of growth marketing and insights over at Adobe

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China virus protests hit Hong Kong after mainland rallies

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

China virus protests hit Hong Kong after mainland rallies

"Hong Kong residents have taken to the streets to protest China's zero COVID policy, which is now entering its fourth year. Protesters chanted freedom and we don't want revolution we want reform. We don't want a leader. We want votes. The demonstration comes after people around China took to the streets in anger at the government's strict COVID policy that has confined millions to their homes. The rallies throughout the mainland prompted the government to ease some restrictions, nevertheless, police were out in force the day after the protests. One of the Hong Kong protests took place at the Chinese university of Hong Kong, where about 50 students lit some candles in memory of those who died in the urumqi fire, days earlier, they also sang a protest anthem which hooked back to their anti government protests in 2019. Protests in Hong Kong have become less frequent under rules imposed to crush a pro democracy movement in the territory which is Chinese but has a separate legal system from the mainland. I'm Karen Chammas

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Prince William focuses U.S. trip on climate amid Harry row

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Prince William focuses U.S. trip on climate amid Harry row

"Prince William and the Princess of Wales are heading to the U.S. to focus on their earthshot prize for environmental innovators on their first visit to the U.S. in 8 years the royal couple will most likely get caught up in tensions with prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, who have criticized Britain's royal family in the American media, William and his wife Catherine will travel to Boston for three days of public engagements before announcing the prize winners as much as the royals will try to focus on the prize, they're likely to be asked questions about Harry and Meghan, who appeared on Oprah, accusing the royal family of racism among other things, unless believe their trip is a good opportunity to redress the balance. Karen Chammas, London

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BBC journalist 'beaten and kicked by the police' as protests spread across China - CNN

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

BBC journalist 'beaten and kicked by the police' as protests spread across China - CNN

", thank you very much. Chinese authorities have eased anti virus rules and scattered areas, but affirmed their severe zero COVID strategy after crowds demanded president Xi Jinping resigned during protests against controls that can find millions of people to their homes. The protests are the most widespread display of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades. Political science professor Wendy schiller is with Brown university. She spoke to Bloomberg this morning. People do not like to be locked down. We learned that. And I think China's learning that. That's just a natural human instinct is to be able to be at least, if not politically and religiously free, physically free. And I think, of course, the fire that happened, the tragic fire, people couldn't get out because they were locked in. I mean, I think this is just coming

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 China affirms zero-COVID stance, eases rules after protests

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

China affirms zero-COVID stance, eases rules after protests

"China is easing some virus rules, but is affirming their zero COVID stance. Chinese authorities eased anti virus rules in some areas, but are reaffirming their zero COVID strategy after crowds in multiple cities held demonstrations demanding the resignation of China's president Xi Jinping, a deadly apartment fire last week raised questions about overzealous virus controls in the city of Beijing announced it would no longer set up gates to block access to apartment compounds where infections are found. Please use pepper spray against protesters in Shanghai and struggled to suppress demonstrations in other cities. The protests are the most widespread display of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades, some protesters called for the party to step down and held up blank pieces of paper to signify resistance against state censorship. The ruling party newspaper people's daily defended zero COVID, saying it has withstood the test of practice.

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Surgeons work by flashlight as Ukraine power grid battered

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Surgeons work by flashlight as Ukraine power grid battered

"Russia's devastating strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure is causing massive strain on the country's health system, cancer surgeon, doctor Ole Judah, was in the middle of a complicated, dangerous surgery at a hospital in lviv, Ukraine when he heard explosions near by, moments later the lights went out, Judah had to carry on with only a headlamp for lights, three minutes later the lights came back after the hospital generator kicked in, do that hold the AP those fateful minutes could have cost the patient his life, Russia's air strikes have disrupted a healthcare system which has already suffered from years of corruption and mismanagement, as well as strain from the pandemic and 9 months of war. I am Karen Chammas

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 China's Xi faces public anger over draconian 'zero COVID'

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

China's Xi faces public anger over draconian 'zero COVID'

"Thanks, Anna, protests against COVID restrictions have spread across China with people taking to the streets to vent their anger and frustration, large demonstrations have been reported in Beijing, Wuhan and Xinjiang after COVID rules were blamed for hampering rescue efforts when a fire broke out in an apartment block, killing ten people at one demonstration in Shanghai protesters called for president Xi Jinping to step down. That's a level of national descent unheard of since he took power a decade ago. Now the BBC says it's extremely concerned after Shanghai police arrested one of its reporters covering the protests in a statement it says add Lawrence was kicked and beaten during his arrest and held for several hours. The broadcaster says the officials who released Lawrence claimed he was arrested for his own good, to prevent him from catching COVID from the crowd.

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Oil Plunges to Lowest Since 2021 as China Unrest Rattles Market - Bloomberg

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Oil Plunges to Lowest Since 2021 as China Unrest Rattles Market - Bloomberg

"Interesting read there. Let's get to the market reaction to these events in China, Chinese shares of course have fallen, but the market impact goes broader oil prices have slumped and the yuan has weakened European equity markets under a little bit of pressure this morning U.S. futures are down. Let's get to Bloomberg's yam Patrick Barnett, who joins us with a look at this. Let's start with the biggest market reaction in China itself, where are we seeing in China this play out then? Well, I would say like in general, we see the biggest market impact in the commodity prices right now, oil is something by 2%. We see an impact on everything that is retail driven, everything that is luxury driven with the for example in Europe today, the retail index is down by 1% or the index is down by half a percent. So everything that is consumer driven seems to be the point of the biggest impact right now.

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 New arrest warrant issued for McCann suspect in other cases

Game of Crimes

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

New arrest warrant issued for McCann suspect in other cases

"Immediately arrested by sheriff's office personnel, a search warrant is arrested as well as to arrest warrants were issued for him and his residents. They executed the search warrant Friday morning and Steve, guess what? Not only to discover the rest of the Boston butt, I'm gonna give you one guess to what other drug they discovered. I'll bet it was math. Methamphetamine lying in plain view of deputies conducting the search. No, you got the munchies for Boston butt. But you notice my joke at the beginning May crack the case, Boston butt crack. Get that? Okay, anyway. It's very sophisticated humor. Yes. The Boston butt and skated it was so good he didn't even need barbecue sauce. That's how good it was.

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Clashes erupt in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium 2-0 at World Cup

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Clashes erupt in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium 2-0 at World Cup

", so down another stunning upset at the World Cup. Yeah, Brian, this was unbelievable Morocco shocking Belgium sunil dazzle now falling to third place in their group behind both Croatia and Morocco, the lost by Belgium triggering riots in the streets of Brussels and where Bill liege. Meanwhile, Croatia knocking off Canada, knocking Canada really out of the cup, a four to one win over four to one win while Spain and Germany played a one on draw, the Spain now moving atop their group elsewhere Japan loses to Costa Rica one zero this after opening their tournament the shot went over Germany who are now by the way in last place in their group.

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 Italian rescuers search for missing in island landslide

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Italian rescuers search for missing in island landslide

"Minutes. It's four 48 on the Italian resort island of ischia, rescuers are digging through the mud for a second day searching for people missing following an enormous landslide there so far one body has been recovered about a dozen people including children are still missing their feared buried under the mud and debris that firefighters say is 20 feet deep in some places. It is four 48 a WTO. And we have traffic and weather on the a tears Joe Conway in the traffic center. Michael shut off in the district on D.C., two 95 southbound jammed up from eastern avenue all the way toward river terrace where let's just say traffic is being diverted because of a crash

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Kim Jong Un's daughter makes her second public appearance

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Kim Jong Un's daughter makes her second public appearance

". At WGC LTV reporter Rachel Aragon. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has declared his country's ultimate goal is to possess the world's most powerful, strategic force. That's according to state media. Reporter Alex Jensen is in Seoul In this context, strategic force means nuclear weapons as Kim promoted dozens of military officials in recognition of their work behind North Korea's most recent intercontinental ballistic missile test, which the north insists already puts it in a position to

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