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March 19th, 2012
China Warns N. Korea on Rocket Launch as Japan Mulls Options

China expressed concern over North Korea’s planned launch of a satellite next month, in the first sign of tension between the two allies since Kim Jong Un succeeded his father as head of the totalitarian state. Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun met North Korean ambassador Ji Jae Ryong and expressed “worry” about the March 16 announcement, China’s Foreign Ministry said yesterday in a statement. The U.S. said the launch, which is to mark the 100th anniversary of state founder Kim Il Sung’s birth, would negate an agreement last month to provide food aid in exchange for a North Korean moratorium on nuclear and missile tests. Read More