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Bush urges tough response on North Korea

U.S. President George W. Bush urged world powers on Saturday to pass tough sanctions on North Korea, saying Pyongyang must face “real consequences” for the nuclear weapons test it says it conducted. “With its actions this week, the North Korean regime has once again broken its word, provoked an international crisis, and denied its people the opportunity for a better life,” Bush said in his weekly radio address. “Nations around the world, including our partners in the six-party talks, agree on the need for a strong United Nations Security Council resolution that will require North Korea to dismantle its nuclear programs,” he said. Full Story

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