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>> For more than 20 years->> The US ambassador to the UN on Monday delivering a tough message to North Korea a day after its sixth and largest nuclear test despite facing heavy sanctions.>> To the members of the Security Council, I must say enough is enough. The time has come to exhaust all of our diplomatic means before it's too late.
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>> At an emergency session of the UN Security Council, Haley blasting Kim Jong Un, but stopping short of a declaration of war.>> His abusive use of missiles and his nuclear threats show that he is begging for war. War is never something the United States wants. We don't want it now.
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But our country's patience is not unlimited. Only the strongest sanctions will enable us to resolve this problem through diplomacy.>> Reuters UN Correspondent, Michelle Nichols.>> Diplomats have said that the council could now consider banning Pyongyang's textile exports, the country's national airline, and also stopping supplies of oil to the government and military.
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They could also prevent North Koreans from working abroad and add top officials to a blacklist, subjecting them to an asset freeze and travel ban.>> This is not the first time Haley has adopted a stern tone with Pyongyang. Each missile test has spurred a similar reaction.>> I think that all the options are on the table now.
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The United States will not allow their lawlessness to continue.>> But those repeated threats from the international community have failed to curb North Korea's nuclear aspirations. On Monday, Haley going a step further, saying that any country that does business with North Korea will Also needs to watch it's back, a jab at China, which is North Korea's largest trading partner.
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But after Sunday's hydrogen bomb test, China also slamming Kim Jong-un.>> Stop taking action. They are wrong, deteriorating the situation.>> Any threat to the United States or it's territories including->> On Sunday, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis warned of a quote, massive military response if North Korea threatens the US or any of its allies including South Korea and Japan.
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>> Take heed of the United Nations.