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South Korean intelligence chief offers to resign

The head of South Korea’s main intelligence agency has offered to resign, the agency said Friday, making him the third minister-level official to offer to quit since North Korea’s first-ever nuclear test this month. Kim Seung-kyu, head of the National Intelligence Service, offered to resign to give President Roh Moo-hyun a free hand in reorganizing his team of security ministers, the agency said. Full Story

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