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  1. 2017/12/15 11:09:24 NHK - 2含むアンテナおとなりページ

    2. UN chief: Ready to visit N.Korea if necessary
    The UN chief has expressed his readiness to visit North Korea if Pyongyang and Washington ask him to mediate between them.
    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres spoke at a news conference in Tokyo on Thursday.
    Guterres said it is important for all relevant parties to have a sense of urgency to create conditions for a meaningful dialogue to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
    He said the UN will continue aiming to resolve North Korea's nuclear and missile issues through dialogue. He added that he is ready to go to North Korea anytime, anywhere when such a visit is useful.
    Guterres referred to the Japanese government's objection to the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which was adopted in July.
    He stressed that Japan should recognize it can contribute to the abolition of nuclear arms as the only country which has experienced atomic-bombings.
    Guterres added that the survivors of the 1945 atomic- bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki have been working toward the common goal of creating a world without nuclear weapons.

  2. 2017/12/15 10:33:08 NHK含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Dec. 15, 2017 - Updated 01:10 UTC
    1. Xi, Moon: Will never allow war over N.Korea issues
    2. UN chief: Ready to visit N.Korea if necessary
    3. Japan, UK agree to maximize pressure on N.Korea
    4. N.Korea tries to justify its nuclear development
    5. Defector talks on N.Korean fishermen, wooden boats
    6. Survey: Over 6,700 Rohingya killed in violence
    7. No progress in Syria peace talks
    8. Suicide bomber kills 18 at Somalia police academy
    9. Asteroid probe 6 months away from its destination

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  4. 2017/12/15 08:24:46 NHK - 3含むアンテナおとなりページ

    3. Japan, UK agree to maximize pressure on N.Korea
    The top diplomats and defense chiefs of Japan and Britain have agreed to maximize pressure on North Korea with the aim of the North abandoning its nuclear development.
    Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera met British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson in London on Thursday.
    At the start of the meeting, Kono said Japan and Britain are important strategic partners and that their ties have entered a new stage.
    Onodera said defense cooperation between the 2 nations is progressing and that he will further strengthen the relationship.
    After the meeting, the 4 issued a joint statement at a news conference.
    It says they will never recognize North Korea as a nuclear-armed state and have agreed to put maximum pressure on Pyongyang to force it to give up its nuclear and missile development.
    The statement says they strongly urge other countries to review their economic ties with the North.
    It also states they strongly oppose unilateral actions that can heighten tensions in the East and South China Seas. Beijing is increasing its maritime activities in those waters.
    The document says Japan welcomes Britain's plan to boost its involvement in the Indo-Pacific region, including the deployment of aircraft carriers.
    It also says that Japan's Ground Self-Defense Force and Britain's Army will conduct their first joint drills in Japan. It says Britain will send a frigate to Japan to take part in joint exercises.
    The statement says the 2 nations will bolster security cooperation, for example by accelerating joint research on the development of defense equipment such as fighter jets and air-to-air missiles.

  5. 2017/12/15 08:08:18 NHK - 1含むアンテナおとなりページ

    1. Survey: Over 6,700 Rohingya killed in violence
    The humanitarian aid organization Doctors Without Borders says at least 6,700 Rohingya are estimated to have been killed in violence in Myanmar's western state of Rakhine.
    The organization on Thursday publicized the results of its survey that covered about 2,400 Rohingya households that have fled to neighboring Bangladesh.
    The group says the deaths occurred during a one month period starting late August, when fighting erupted between Myanmar's government security forces and Rohingya militants.
    It says the deaths include at least 730 children under the age of 5.
    The group says roughly 70 percent of the fatalities were due to gunshot wounds, followed by being burned to death in their houses and being beaten to death.
    Myanmar's government claims not to have confirmed any excessive use of force in the "clearance operations." It puts the number of dead at around 400, many of them militants.
    The aid group says people are still fleeing Myanmar to Bangladesh and that those who manage to cross the border still report being subject to violence over recent weeks.
    It adds that with very few independent aid groups able to access Rakhine, it fears for the fate of Rohingya people who are still there.
    The United Nations estimates that more than 640,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh.

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