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World Reactions to North Korea Nuclear Test - 11 Oct 2006
World Reactions to North Korea Nuclear Test - 11 Oct 2006
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans wait on a boat at the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans wait on a boat at the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans wait on a boat at the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October 10, 2006. Picture taken October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH JAPAN SANCTIONS
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October 11, 2006
A British Royal Airforce VC-10 modified to take air samples to check for radiation takes off from Yokota...
Tokyo, Japan
British Royal Airforce VC-10 modified to take air samples to check for radiation takes off from Yokota...
A British Royal Airforce VC-10 modified to take air samples to check for radiation takes off from Yokota Air Base near Tokyo heading for Okinawa October 11, 2006. Japan's government has decided to impose fresh sanctions on North Korea in response to its reported nuclear test earlier this week, public broadcaster NHK said. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
KOREA NORTH
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October 10, 2006
North Korean women perform in a North Korean restaurant in a hotel in Shanghai October 10, 2006. China...
Shanghai, China
North Korean women perform in North Korean restaurant in hotel in Shanghai
North Korean women perform in a North Korean restaurant in a hotel in Shanghai October 10, 2006. China declined on Tuesday to rule out possible U.N. sanctions against North Korea for carrying out a reported nuclear test but said any military action was unimaginable. The Korean words on the curtain read "we are glad to meet you". REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 09, 2006
South Korean protesters hold candles and national flags at a rally in Seoul October 9, 2006 denouncing...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean protesters hold candles and national flags at a rally in Seoul denouncing North Korea's...
South Korean protesters hold candles and national flags at a rally in Seoul October 9, 2006 denouncing North Korea's reported nuclear test. North Korea said on Monday it had safely and successfully carried out an underground nuclear test, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and opening its crippled economy to the risk of fresh sanctions. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
RUSSIA
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October 10, 2006
A sales assistant shows a digital Geiger counter for domestic use in Vladivostok October 11, 2006. Geiger...
Vladivostok, Russia
Sales assistant shows digital Geiger counter for domestic use in Vladivostok
A sales assistant shows a digital Geiger counter for domestic use in Vladivostok October 11, 2006. Geiger counters have been in increasing demand in Russia's far east after Moscow said it believed that North Korea exploded a nuclear device in direct proximity to Russia's border, Russia said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans gather on a boat at the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans gather on a boat at the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans gather on a boat at the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October 10, 2006. Picture taken October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R0GXV01
KOREA NORTH BUSH STATEMENT
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October 09, 2006
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks from the White House in Washington October 9, 2006. Bush on Monday...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks from the White House in Washington
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks from the White House in Washington October 9, 2006. Bush on Monday called North Korea's claim it tested a nuclear weapon a provocative act that requires an immediate response from the U.N. Security Council. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
KOREA NORTH ENGAGEMENT
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October 10, 2006
A South Korean military policeman stands guard at Imjingang Station on the incomplete inter-Korea railway...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean military policeman stands guard at Imjingang Station on the incomplete inter-Korea railway...
A South Korean military policeman stands guard at Imjingang Station on the incomplete inter-Korea railway near the demilitarized zone which separates the two Koreas, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, October 10, 2006. South Korea will reconsider its policy of engagement with the North following Pyongyang's announcement it had tested a nuclear device, President Roh Moo-hyun was cited as saying on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH ENGAGEMENT
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October 10, 2006
Pro-unification activists participate in an anti-U.S. protest, demanding talks between the U.S. and North...
Seoul, South Korea
Pro-unification activists participate in an anti-US protest in Seoul
Pro-unification activists participate in an anti-U.S. protest, demanding talks between the U.S. and North Korea, near the U.S. embassy in Seoul October 10, 2006. South Korea will reconsider its policy of engagement with the North following Pyongyang's announcement it had tested a nuclear device, President Roh Moo-hyun was cited as saying on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Korean soldiers march at the truce village of Panmunjom in the demilitarised zone separating the...
Paju, South Korea
North Korean soldiers march at truce village of Panmunjom in demilitarised zone separating two Koreas...
North Korean soldiers march at the truce village of Panmunjom in the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, about 55 km (31 miles) north of Seoul, October 11, 2006. North Korea will regard strict U.N. Security Council sanctions in response to the country's nuclear test as an act of war, a North Korean official told South Korea's Yonhap news agency. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reacts during the Upper House budget committee in Tokyo October 11,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reacts during Upper House budget committee in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reacts during the Upper House budget committee in Tokyo October 11, 2006. A report of a second North Korean nuclear test spread fresh jitters on Wednesday as Japan, faced with Chinese and Russian reservations about the scope of U.N. sanctions, pressed for a robust response to Pyongyang's defiance. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans watch as a Chinese tour boat passes by the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese tour boat passes by October 10, 2006. Picture taken October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R066301
RUSSIA
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October 09, 2006
Meteorologist Evgeniya Klejman measures radiation intensity with a Geiger counter after Russian authorities...
Vladivostok, Russia
Meteorologist measures radiation intensity with a Geiger counter in Vladivostok
Meteorologist Evgeniya Klejman measures radiation intensity with a Geiger counter after Russian authorities confirmed that North Korea exploded a nuclear device in direct proximity to Russia's border, in the far-eastern port city of Vladivostok October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Yuri Maltsev (RUSSIA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 09, 2006
Women read extra edition newspapers in Tokyo October 9, 2006 reporting North Korea's nuclear test. North...
Tokyo, Japan
Women read extra edition newspapers in Tokyo reporting North Korea's nuclear test
Women read extra edition newspapers in Tokyo October 9, 2006 reporting North Korea's nuclear test. North Korea said on Monday it had safely and successfully carried out an underground nuclear test, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and opening its crippled economy to the risk of fresh sanctions. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans fish at Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October 9, 2006.Picture taken October...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans fish at Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans fish at Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October 9, 2006.Picture taken October 9, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
PHILIPPINES
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October 10, 2006
A man displays placards condemning North Korea's nuclear weapons tests during a protest in Manila October...
Manila, Philippines
Man displays placard condemning nuclear tests by North Korea during protest in Manila
A man displays placards condemning North Korea's nuclear weapons tests during a protest in Manila October 10, 2006. According to the group, North Korea's nuclear tests jeopardize efforts to achieve genuine global peace. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES) Also see image: GF1DTRQJHLAA
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans watch as a Chinese tour boat passes by the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese tour boat passes by October 10, 2006. Picture taken October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R0DF701
PHILIPPINES
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October 10, 2006
Filipino protesters display placards condemning North Korea's nuclear tests during a protest in Manila...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino protesters display placards condemning nuclear tests by North Korea during protest in Manila...
Filipino protesters display placards condemning North Korea's nuclear tests during a protest in Manila October 10, 2006. According to the group, the North Korea nuclear tests jeopardise efforts to achieve genuine global peace. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
KOREA NORTH ENGAGEMENT
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October 10, 2006
A South Korean military policeman stands next to a signboard showing the distance to the North Korean...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean military police man stands next to a signboard on the incomplete inter-Korea railway near...
A South Korean military policeman stands next to a signboard showing the distance to the North Korean capital Pyongyang from Imjingang Station on the incomplete inter-Korea railway near the demilitarized zone which separates the two Koreas, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, October 10, 2006. South Korea will reconsider its policy of engagement with the North following Pyongyang's announcement it had tested a nuclear device, President Roh Moo-hyun was cited as saying on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
North Korean women in traditional clothes stand on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean women in traditional clothes stand on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town...
North Korean women in traditional clothes stand on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) Also see image GF2DUWMEGEAA
UN LEADER KOREA
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October 09, 2006
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations and current Security Council President Kenzo Oshima speaks...
New York, UNITED STATES
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations and current Security Council President Oshima speaks to the...
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations and current Security Council President Kenzo Oshima speaks to the media outside the Security Council at U.N. headquarters in New York October 9, 2006 after the Council voted to recommend South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon to the General Assembly for appointment to be the next Secretary General of the U.N. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
KOREA NORTH
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October 10, 2006
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju, to have a close look at the...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju, to have a close look at the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju, to have a close look at the...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju, to have a close look at the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 09, 2006
A South Korean reads a newspaper in Seoul October 9, 2006 on North Korea's reported nuclear test. North...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean reads a newspaper in Seoul on North Korea's reported nuclear test
A South Korean reads a newspaper in Seoul October 9, 2006 on North Korea's reported nuclear test. North Korea said on Monday it had safely and successfully carried out an underground nuclear test, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and opening its crippled economy to the risk of fresh sanctions. The headline reads "North Korea's nuclear test, high tension on Korean peninsular". REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 09, 2006
A police officers stands guard in front of the headquarters of the pro-Pyongyang General Association...
Tokyo, Japan
A police officers stands guard in front of the headquarters of the pro-Pyongyang General Association...
A police officers stands guard in front of the headquarters of the pro-Pyongyang General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) in Tokyo October 9, 2006. North Korea said on Monday it had safely and successfully carried out an underground nuclear test, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and opening its crippled economy to the risk of fresh sanctions. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
A North Korean soldier reads at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldier reads at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean...
A North Korean soldier reads at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R0FOQ02
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
An anti-North Korea protester steps on a picture of former President Kim Dae-jung wearing a North Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
An anti-North Korea protester steps on a picture of former President Kim Dae-jung at a protest in Seoul...
An anti-North Korea protester steps on a picture of former President Kim Dae-jung wearing a North Korean military uniform, which protesters made, at a protest denouncing both the North's nuclear device test and Kim's "sunshine policy" towards the North, near Kim's place in Seoul October 11, 2006. North Korea will regard strict U.N. Security Council sanctions in response to the country's nuclear test as an act of war, a North Korean official told South Korea's Yonhap news agency on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 10, 2006
North Koreans (L) cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju, to have a close look at...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans (L) cruise the Yalu River from the North Korean town of Sinuiju, to have a close look at the Chinese border city of Dandong, as a Chinese tour boat going in the opposite direction passes by October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
NUCLEAR RUSSIA POLAND
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October 10, 2006
Russia's Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov speaks during a news conference in Moscow October 10, 2006. Russia...
Moscow, Russia
Russia's Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov speaks during a news conference in Moscow
Russia's Defence Minister Sergei Ivanov speaks during a news conference in Moscow October 10, 2006. Russia hit out on Tuesday at U.S. plans to deploy an anti-missle shield on Polish soil, saying the move was an attempt to destabilise the balance of power. REUTERS/Anton Denisov (RUSSIA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans watch as a Chinese tour boat passes by the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese tour boat passes by October 10, 2006. Picture taken October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R0CNZ01
KOREA NORTH
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October 09, 2006
A Chinese paramilitary policeman patrols past portraits of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and his late...
Beijing, China
A Chinese paramilitary policeman patrols past portraits of North Korean leaders outside the North Korean...
A Chinese paramilitary policeman patrols past portraits of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and his late father Kim Il Sung (top L) outside the North Korean embassy in Beijing October 9, 2006. North Korea said on Monday it had safely and successfully carried out an underground nuclear test, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and opening its crippled economy to the risk of fresh sanctions. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River as a Chinese tour boat passes by
North Koreans watch from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese tour boat passes by October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R06AO01
KOREA NORTH ENGAGEMENT
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October 10, 2006
South Korean Defence Minister Yoon Kwang-ung (3rd R, top) presides over the entire force commanders meeting...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Defence Minister Yoon presides over entire force commanders meeting at the headquarters...
South Korean Defence Minister Yoon Kwang-ung (3rd R, top) presides over the entire force commanders meeting at the headquarters of the Defence Ministry in Seoul October 10, 2006. South Korea will reconsider its policy of engagement with the North following Pyongyang's announcement it had tested a nuclear device, President Roh Moo-hyun was cited as saying on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Aso speaks during the Upper House budget committee in Tokyo October 11,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Foreign Minister Aso speaks during Upper House budget committee in Tokyo
Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Aso speaks during the Upper House budget committee in Tokyo October 11, 2006. A report of a second North Korean nuclear test spread fresh jitters on Wednesday as Japan, faced with Chinese and Russian reservations about the scope of U.N. sanctions, pressed for a robust response to Pyongyang's defiance. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
UN NORTH KOREA
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October 09, 2006
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations and current Security Council President Kenzo Oshima speaks...
New York, UNITED STATES
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations Oshima speaks to the media in New York
Japanese Ambassador to the United Nations and current Security Council President Kenzo Oshima speaks to the media outside the Security Council at U.N. headquarters in New York October 9, 2006 after the Council voted to recommend South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon to the General Assembly for appointment to be the next Secretary General of the U.N. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
KOREA NORTH UN
RTR1I68U
October 10, 2006
A North Korean soldier throws stones from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju,...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldier throws stones from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju...
A North Korean soldier throws stones from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, to prevent pictures from being taken, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (North Korea) also see: GF2E43R07JY01
KOREA NORTH ENGAGEMENT
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October 10, 2006
South Korean Defence Minister Yoon Kwang-ung (L) and the Army Chief of Staff Kim Jang-soo salute the...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean Defence Minister Yoon and Army Chief of Staff Kim Jang-soo salute national flag at the entire...
South Korean Defence Minister Yoon Kwang-ung (L) and the Army Chief of Staff Kim Jang-soo salute the national flag at the entire force commanders meeting at the headquarters of the Defence Ministry in Seoul October 10, 2006. South Korea will reconsider its policy of engagement with the North following Pyongyang's announcement it had tested a nuclear device, President Roh Moo-hyun was cited as saying on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
A North Korean soldier throws stones from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju,...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldier throws stones from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju...
A North Korean soldier throws stones from the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, to prevent pictures from being taken October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
EU NATO KOREA NORTH TEST
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October 09, 2006
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana speaks next to NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop...
Brussels, Belgium
European Union foreign policy chief Solana speaks next to NATO Secretary-General Scheffer at the Alliance's...
European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana speaks next to NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (R) at the Alliance's headquarters in Brussels October 9, 2006. Both said that the reported underground nuclear test carried out by North Korea, if confirmed, would be a threat to regional and world security. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
KOREA
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October 09, 2006
North Korean soldiers react to being photographed while exercising at an army installation on the banks...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldiers react to being photographed while exercising at an army installation on the banks...
North Korean soldiers react to being photographed while exercising at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R0GA901
KOREA NORTH
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October 09, 2006
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun speaks during a news conference at the presidential Blue House in...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun speaks during a news conference at the presidential Blue House in...
South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun speaks during a news conference at the presidential Blue House in Seoul October 9, 2006. South Korea said that the North's announcement earlier on Monday that it had conducted a nuclear test was a dangerous tactic that could prompt other countries to develop nuclear weapons. North Korea said on Monday it had safely and successfully carried out an underground nuclear test, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and opening its crippled economy to the risk of fresh sanctions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
A North Korean soldier guards an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldier guards army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town...
A North Korean soldier guards an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
MARKETS KOREA STOCKS
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October 11, 2006
South Koreans watch a board showing share prices at a security brokerage firm in Seoul October 11, 2006....
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans watch a board showing share prices at a security brokerage firm in Seoul
South Koreans watch a board showing share prices at a security brokerage firm in Seoul October 11, 2006. Seoul shares fell 0.5 percent on Wednesday, as LG Philips dropped a day after issuing a lower-than-expected earning guidance, while worries that North Korea would conduct a second nuclear test also weighed. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho(SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
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October 09, 2006
A North Korean soldier guards an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldier guards an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town...
A North Korean soldier guards an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. With world leaders roundly condemning North Korea's announcement it had carried out a nuclear test, U.N. Security Council members weighed an arms embargo and financial sanctions on Pyongyang. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA)
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KOREA NORTH BUSH STATEMENT
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October 09, 2006
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice listens to U.S. President George W. Bush speak about North Korea...
Washington, UNITED STATES
U.S. Secretary of State Rice listens to U.S. President Bush speak about North Korea in Washington
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice listens to U.S. President George W. Bush speak about North Korea from the White House in Washington October 9, 2006. Bush on Monday called North Korea's claim it tested a nuclear weapon a provocative act that requires an immediate response from the U.N. Security Council. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
KOREA NORTH UN
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October 10, 2006
North Korean soldiers box at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Korean soldiers box at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean...
North Korean soldiers box at an army installation on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, October 10, 2006. World powers condemned North Korea on Monday after it said it had conducted an underground nuclear test and Washington sought harsh U.N. sanctions that could further impoverish and isolate the communist state. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (North Korea)
KOREA NORTH
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October 11, 2006
North Koreans sit on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese tour...
Sinuiju, North Korea
North Koreans sit on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju
North Koreans sit on the banks of the Yalu River at the North Korean town of Sinuiju as a Chinese tour boat passes by October 10, 2006. Picture taken October 10, 2006. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (NORTH KOREA) also see: GF2E43R0F2N01
UN NORTH KOREA
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October 09, 2006
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton speaks to the media during a Security Council meeting...
New York, UNITED STATES
U.S. Ambassador to United Nations Bolton speaks to the media during Security Council meeting in New York...
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton speaks to the media during a Security Council meeting on North Korea at U.N. headquarters in New York October 9, 2006. North Korea conducted an underground nuclear test on Monday, flying in the face of a warning from the U.N. Security Council and risking fresh sanctions. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
KOREA NORTH TEST SEISMIC
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October 11, 2006
South Korean construction workers who work at the inter-Korean industrial complex in North Korea's Kaesong,...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean construction workers chat before they get on a bus in Seoul to go to their office in Kaesong...
South Korean construction workers who work at the inter-Korean industrial complex in North Korea's Kaesong, chat before they get on a bus in Seoul to go to their office in Kaesong October 11, 2006. No immediate signs of seismic activity have been detected in North Korea, a South Korean geoscience official said on Wednesday, discounting reports of a possible North Korean nuclear test. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
MARKETS GLOBAL
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October 11, 2006
A businessman looks at a foreign exchange indicator outside a bank in Tokyo October 11, 2006. The yen...
Tokyo, Japan
Businessman looks at foreign exchange indicator outside bank in Tokyo
A businessman looks at a foreign exchange indicator outside a bank in Tokyo October 11, 2006. The yen briefly touched a 10-month low against the dollar on Wednesday before recovering but Tokyo stocks eased as worries that North Korea might conduct a second nuclear test kept investors on edge. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
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