South Korea's president has warned that North Korea faces a collapse if it does not abandon its nuclear program.
President Park Geun-hye told parliament Tuesday that South Korea needs to take unspecified "stronger and more effective" measures to make North Korea realize its nuclear ambitions will only result in speeding up of its "regime collapse."
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