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CHINA PRESS: China needs to make clear to Pyongyang through various channels
that its nuclear tests must never contaminate China's northeastern provinces,
the state-run mouthpiece Global Times said in an editorial on Sunday following
the detonation of a nuclear bomb by the DPRK Sunday morning. China's strategic
security and environmental safety is the bottom line for China in showing
restraint; if North Korea crosses that line, the current framework for
Sino-North Korean ties will break down, the daily warned. Still, if DPRK's
nuclear activities don't contaminate China's northeastern regions, China should
avoid imposing overly aggressive sanctions on North Korea, such as cutting off
its oil supply or closing the border, as doing so will shift the focus of the
conflict to China, rather than keeping it on the United States, it said.