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Bush Talks Terror With Singapore Leaders

President Bush pressed for closer Asian partnerships in the war on terror, carrying his appeal Tuesday to free-trade partner Singapore and planning for a visit to Bali, Indonesia, under unusually tight security precautions. The president arrived here from an economic summit in Bangkok, Thailand, where regional leaders pledged to intensify their crackdown on terror groups and to curb the spread of unconventional weapons. But Bush failed to win explicit endorsement by the 21-nation Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum for a new U.S.-led diplomatic initiative to end a yearlong nuclear standoff with North Korea. And North Korea’s firing of a short-range missile — possibly two — appeared to undercut progress toward an agreement. Full Story

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