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N Korean leader sets 5-year plan and vows nuclear restraint

Among Mr Kim plans are more mechanisation of agriculture, automation of factories and higher coal output

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Foreign reporters and their government guides on Sunday following, through newspapers and a broadcast on television, the address by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to the Workers' Party of Korea congress, at a hotel in central Pyongyang.

Pyongyang

NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country would not use nuclear weapons unless its sovereignty is infringed by others with nuclear arms, in a speech broadcast on Sunday, and set a five-year plan to boost the secretive state's moribund economy.

The North "will