President Trump says the US is designating North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism, triggering further economic sanctions.
He announced the move at a cabinet meeting on Monday, nine years after it was removed from the list by former president George W Bush.
Mr Trump blamed the country’s nuclear programme, and what he called international acts of terrorism, including assassinations on foreign soil, for the decision.
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