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U.S. pleased with APEC’s N. Korea stance

President Bush sought to stiffen global resolve Saturday to confront North Korea about its nuclear weapons, and the White House said world leaders here would prod the communist regime to abandon its controversial weapons program. National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley said the United States was pleased with a statement that is to be issued on Sunday by the 21-member Asia-Pacfic Economic Cooperation forum. The statement will reiterate concern about North Korea’s missile launches this summer and its nuclear test on Oct. 9, the White House said. Full Story

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