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S. Korea rejects military talks with North

South Korea said Friday that it had turned down a North Korean proposal to hold military talks this week, citing tension over the North’s test-firing of seven missiles. North Korea said its missile barrage was not an attack on anyone. Also Friday, Yohap news agency quoted South Korea’s defense minister as saying that its intelligence suggested North Korea could have another long-range Taepodong-2 at a launch site, but a test does not appear imminent. The report came after North Korea test-fired a long-range missile and six other shorter-range missiles on Wednesday, drawing international condemnation. Full Story

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