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No sign of atomic test, says spy chief, but others see crisis

South Korea’s intelligence chief said neither Seoul nor Washington had concrete evidence that North Korea was preparing a nuclear test as concern mounted about the Stalinist state’s atomic ambitions. National Intelligence Service head Ko Young-Koo said there were no signs the Stalinist state was on the verge of conducting a first-ever atomic test at Kilju, 350 kilometers (217 miles) northeast of the capital Pyongyang.Full Story

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