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State media yesterday reported that the North's young leader, Kim Jong-Un, had chaired a high-level meeting to discuss a "great turn" in bolstering military capability and issue "important" guidelines to top officials.
Seoul's top nuclear envoy left for Beijing on Sunday to meet with his Chinese counterpart in an apparent last ditch effort to avert another test.
The North's only major ally and economic lifeline, China is seen as the only country with any real leverage over the regime in Pyongyang.
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