North Korea Threatens Nuke Test

    US special representative for North Korea policy Glyn Davies (C) speaks to the media after a meeting with South Korea's nuclear envoy Lim Sung-Nam at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul on January 24, 2013. The US special envoy warned North Korea against conducting a possible nuclear test, a day after Pyongyang hinted that it might push ahead with a nuclear test to retaliate against the UN Security Council resolution.    AFP PHOTO / JUNG YEON-JE        (Photo credit should read JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/Getty Images)

    U.S. envoy warned N. Korea against test on Thursday. (Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty)

    Tell us how you really feel, North Korea. The country threatened Thursday to launch a new nuclear test and long-range rocket tests as part of “all out” action against its “sworn enemy,” the U.S. Calling the U.S. the “main player” behind harsh new economic sanctions against North Korea, Pyongyang said it would retaliate with “force, not words, as it requires jungle law as the rule for survival.” Thursday’s statement, while with harsher rhetoric, is only the latest in North Korea’s threats against the U.S.—and comes just one month after North Korea successfully launched into orbit a rocket that was capable of reaching the U.S.

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