Rodong Sinmun
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"Rodong Sinmun" is a North Korean newspaper that is the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea. It was first published on November 1, 1945, as "Ch?ngro", serving as a communication channel for the North Korea Bureau of the Communist Party of Korea. It was renamed in September 1946 to its current name upon the steady development of the Workers' Party of Korea. Quoted frequently by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) and international media, it is regarded as a source of official North Korean viewpoints on many issues.

The English-language version of Rodong Sinmun was launched in January 2012.

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If the United States launches a surprise attack on our peaceful nuclear facilities, it will spark a full-scale war.

Unless the U.S. gives up its double-dealing attitude toward the six-party talks and hostile policy toward the DPRK, the resumption of the talks and the settlement of the nuclear issue cannot be expected.

Any concession in the acute standoff with the US imperialists invites a ruin. A concession will result in a hundred concessions and finally invite death and national ruin.

The U.S. should face up to the reality with a cool head and stop at once such criminal moves to throw obstacles to the efforts for peace and security on the Korean Peninsula.

We have built our nuclear energy facilities over the past decades by tightening our people's belts. The facilities are built with our people's blood and sweat. It is unimaginable for us to succumb to outside pressure and give up our independent nuclear power industry without an alternative that will compensate us with nuclear energy.

The women should give birth to many children and rear them to be dependable men and women.

(South Korean) authorities are pushing the situation to the brink of a war.

It is our position that the six-way talks cannot be resumed amid challenging U.S. sanctions.

While under U.S. sanctions, it?s impossible to sit face-to-face and discuss abandoning our nuclear deterrent.