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Seoul pleads with Putin to help 'tame' North Korea, as satellite images suggest nuclear test caused landslides

South Korea's president has asked Vladimir Putin to help tame North Korea, but the two leaders are divided over the need for sanctions on the rogue regime.  Speaking at Russia's Eastern Economic Forum, Moon Jae-in, the South Korean leader, said he and Mr Putin “share a view that North Korea has gone the wrong way with its nuclear and missile program”. He asked for assistance to “tame” the North, Yonhap news agency reported.
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