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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

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.


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...

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