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Asian security meet calls on N Korea to disarm, lauds anti-terror drive

North Korea dominated three days of security talks between Western and Asian defence chiefs that finished here with a consensus among all 220 delegates that Pyongyang must dismantle its nuclear weapons program, organisers said. Although North Korea overshadowed the conference, which was the first major security meeting attended by international defence ministers since the Iraq war, terrorism, India-Pakistan relations and US military bases in the Asia Pacific were also high on the agenda. Many Southeast Asian delegates, as well as Wolfowitz and Hill, were happy with progress made in the fight against regional terrorism over the past 12 months. Full Story

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