Governments around the world have condemned North Korea for conducting its third nuclear test since 2006. Pyongyang confirmed the test hours after seismic sensors registered a possible underground explosion.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un and his counterpart from the South, Moon Jae In, will hold talks for a third time next month. The upcoming meeting comes amid doubts that the North will fulfill its pledge to denuclearize.
Pyongyang has accused US diplomats of undermining President Trump and "making desperate attempts" to intensify sanctions against the North. Both sides agreed to seek "denuclearization" at a historic summit in June.
North Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs, violating sanctions, a confidential UN report details. It also alleges Pyongyang enlisted a Syrian arms broker to sell weapons to Yemen, Libya and Sudan.
Dozens of elderly and frail South Koreans have met their relatives living in North Korea for the first time. Millions of people have been separated from their loved ones since the Korean War.
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