A South Korean protester with a photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shouts slogans during a rally against North Korea's announcement that it had tested a hydrogen bomb in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
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South Korea is in talks with the United States to deploy U.S. strategic weapons on the Korean Peninsula, a South Korean military official said Thursday, a day after North Korea said it successfully tested a hydrogen nuclear device.The United States and weapons experts voiced doubts the device North Korea tested Wednesday was a hydrogen bomb, but calls mounted for more sanctions against it for its rogue nuclear program.At the time, North Korea responded by threatening a nuclear strike on the United States.Hours after the nuclear test, the U.N. Security Council said it would work immediately on significant new measures against North Korea.The U.S. State Department confirmed North Korea had conducted a nuclear test but the Obama administration disputed the hydrogen bomb claim.
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