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Vienna/DPRK Zerbo Amano (UNifeed)

DPRK Succeeds in Nuclear Warhead Explosion Test (KCNA)

Statement on the nuclear test in the DPRK (European Union ExternalAction)

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon remarks at press briefing (UN News)

Statement by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano on DPRK (IAEA)

North Korea nuclear test: 'warhead explosion' confirmed by Pyongyang live' (The Guardian)

Obama: North Korea Nuclear Test Demands ‘Serious Consequences’ (ABC News)

North Korea conducts 'biggest atomic test yet' as Pyongyang hails 'nuclear warhead explosion' (Telegraph)

박 대통령 “김정은 정권의 광적인 무모함 증명”…조기 귀국 (KBS News)

Comment by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on a Possible Nuclear Test by North Korea (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan)

外交部声明 (Foreign Ministry of the People’s Republic of China)

Заявление МИД России (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation)

Corée du Nord - Essai nucléaire nord-coréen - Déclaration de Jean-Marc Ayrault (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of France)

Kim Jong-un’s growing nuclear arsenal could force US back to negotiating table (The Guardian)

Security Council to convene after Korean nuclear tests (Otago Daily Times)

(Yonhap Interview) Int’l community must put pressure on N.Korea to give up WMDs (Yonhap News)

Senate GOP Protests Obama’s Planned Nuclear Test Ban Push (The Wall Street Journal)

North Korea’s largest nuclear test still lacks missile capacity (New Scientist)

Deadlier Than Nagasaki: North Korea’s Nuke Test 30 Kilotonnes in Capacity (Sputnik News)

Why Kim Jong Un Tested a Nuclear Warhead Now (The Daily Beast)

A timeline of North Korea’s development of missiles and nuclear weapons (The Strait Times)

Just Saying ‘No’ to Nuclear ‘No First Use’ is Good Policy (Jewish policy Center)

Questions for the presidential candidates on nuclear terrorism, proliferation, weapons policy, and energy (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists)