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North Korea warned on Monday it would inflict "the greatest pain and suffering" on the United States if Washington persists in pushing for harsher UN sanctions following Pyongyang's sixth nuclear test.


The Sep 3 detonation was the country's largest and prompted global outrage
, with the UN Security Council set to discuss a new draft resolution presented by Washington that would be the toughest-ever imposed against the country.


The US is calling for an oil embargo on Pyongyang, an assets freeze on leader Kim Jong-Un, but also an end to textile exports and to payments made to North Korean guest workers.


Washington wants the Security Council to vote on Monday to impose the sanctions.


In a statement published by the official KCNA news agency, North Korea's foreign ministry warned Washington that if it did "rig up the illegal and unlawful 'resolution' on harsher sanctions
, the DPRK shall make absolutely sure that the U.S. pays due price".


"The forthcoming measures to be taken by the DPRK will cause the U.S. the greatest pain and suffering it had ever gone through in its entire history," the ministry said, using the abbreviation for North Korea's formal name.

  North Korean soldiers salute at Munsu Hill in Pyongyang, North Korea to mark the 69th anniversary of the country's founding on Sep 9
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"The world will witness how the DPRK tames the U.S. gangsters by taking (a) series of action tougher than they have ever envisaged."


The test, which the North said was a hydrogen bomb that could be fitted onto a rocket, came weeks after Pyongyang fired two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that appeared to bring much of the mainland US into range.


At a dinner to celebrate Pyongyang's nuclear programme, North Korean leader Kim praised the test and urged the country's scientists to develop more weapons
, KCNA reported Sunday.


The North says it needs nuclear arms to protect itself, but the US has accused the country of "begging for war".




Women outnumber men for the first time in Japan's Winter Olympic team as the country sends a record number of athletes to Sochi, hoping for its biggest ever medal haul.


The turnaround is attributed to Japan's participation in women's ice hockey for the first time in 16 years with 21 players bound for Russia. Their male counterparts did not make the cut.


The entire delegation will be made up of 113 athletes, 48 men and 65 women
, the biggest Japanese contingent sent abroad for a Winter Games, according to figures released by the national Olympic committee.


The total is second only to the 166 athletes -- 100 men and 66 women -- whom Japan fielded when they hosted the 1998 edition in Nagano.


Japan's women's ice hockey team played at Nagano as hosts and qualified for Sochi against the odds last year, inspired by the Japanese women's football World Cup victory in 2011.


But, currently ranked 10th in the world
, they are considered medal outsiders.


Japan's chef de mission to Sochi, former Olympic women's speed skater and cyclist Seiko Hashimoto, has set the goal of breaking their best medal haul -- 10 medals including five golds won in Nagano.


But the target is widely seen as being a little too ambitious.


Only 17-year-old Sara Takanashi, who has won eight of the season's 11 World Cup women's ski-jumping events so far
, is expected to be a shoe-in for a gold medal.


A few gongs are expected in figure skating with two-time world champion Mao Asada raring to avenge her defeat to South Korea's Kim Yu-Na in Vancouver in 2010.


Japan are also seen likely to pick up a few medals in speed skating, freestyle skiing, cross country skiing and snowboarding.


Captain and ski jumper Noriaki Kasai is the oldest athlete of the Japanese team at 41. He became the oldest winner of a World Cup event at Tauplitz, Austria
, on January 11.


The youngest is Ayumu Hirano, 15, who is set to challenge US snowboarding superstar Shaun White in the halfpipe. Hirano finished second to White, 27
, in the superpipe at the 2013 X-Games.


In the Summer Olympics, Japanese women outnumbered men for the first time in 2004 -- by 171-141 -- as they competed in five team events including softball, basketball and volleyball. At London 2012, Japan were represented by 156 women and 137 men.


(Agencies)




by Jon Day


TOKYO, Aug. 9 (Xinhua) -- In an unprecedented televised address delivered on Monday, Japan's Emperor Akihito with references to his age and issues of health, voiced concerns about his ability to fully carry out his responsibilities within the context of his current role as symbol of the State and intimated his wishes to abdicate the Chrysanthemum throne.


The emperor, 82, said that following two surgeries within the past few years, he had began to feel the pressure from undertaking his official duties and that this had caused him to think about the future direction of the Imperial Family and hinted at a possible transition in the future that would be in line with "the will of the people" and cause as little disruption to the nation as possible.


In the 10-minute address, the emperor traversed the fact that he ascended to the throne around 28 years ago and that since then he has, along with the people of Japan, "shared in the joys and sorrows that the nation has faced" and maintained that it was his utmost responsibility as Emperor to pray for and always consider the happiness of all people.


But there was no mistaking the undertone of his desire to renounce the throne, yet ensure Japan's postwar pacifist ways live on, despite the current political climate.


"I am already 80 years old, and fortunately I am now in good health. However, when I consider that my fitnes.
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