Russia, China: N. Korea must freeze nuclear activities, US halt THAAD deployment    
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Moscow and Beijing have agreed that North Korea should freeze its nuclear and missile programs, while the US and South Korea should abstain from holding war games in the region, Russian President Vladimir Putin said.


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