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N. Korea Fires Missile

North Korea on Monday fired an antiship missile in the sea between South Korea and Japan, as President Bush and East Asian leaders conferred on how to deal with Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program. The test firing, apparently part of a military exercise, occurred a day after Bush said he would favor giving North Korea a five-nation security guarantee if it abandons nuclear arms. Bush and Asian leaders are attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Bangkok, Thailand, where North Korea and counterterrorism have dominated the agenda thus far. Full Story

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