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South Korea’s president called Wednesday for measures to let North Korea be aware of the consequences if it carries out a nuclear test, a news report said. (International Herald Tribune — 14 hours ago)
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South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun has called for a “cool-headed and stern” response to North Korea’s threat to conduct a nuclear test, his office said. (CNN — 11 hours ago)
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SKorean president says NKorea should know consequences of nuclear test
SKorean president says NKorea should know consequences of nuclear test

South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun called Wednesday for a “cool-headed and stern” response to North Korea’s threat to conduct a nuclear test that has raised regional tension to new heights. (International Herald Tribune — 12 hours ago)
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North Korea faced stern warnings from its neighbors Wednesday against carrying out an unprecedented nuclear test, but insisted that such a move wouldn’t be meant as a provocation. A top South Korean security official said there was no sign a test was imminent. (MSNBC — 5 hours ago)
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A top South Korean security official said Wednesday there are no definite signs of an imminent nuclear test by North Korea after the communist nation announced its plan to test its atomic bombs. (International Herald Tribune — 11 hours ago)
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Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer says Australia will have to think through whether it wants to continue diplomatic relations with North Korea if the country goes ahead with a nuclear test (ABC News — 8 hours ago)
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North Korea announced that it intended to conduct its first nuclear test, prompting warnings from Tokyo to Washington. (International Herald Tribune — 21 hours ago)
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South Koreas Unification Minister says North Korea is highly likely to go ahead with its threatened nuclear test unless six-party disarmament talks can be restarted Lee Jong-Seok told a Parlia (ABC News — 10 hours ago)
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