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By Tabassum Zakaria CAMP DAVID, Md (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Friday warned that North Korea would pose a threat to the world if it tested a nuclear bomb for the first time, following reports that the reclusive government was considering such a move.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House accused North Korea on Thursday of counterfeiting dollars to support terrorism and said the United States would continue to try to stem such illicit activity as well as Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.
The White House accused North Korea on Thursday of counterfeiting dollars to support terrorism and said the United States would continue to try to stem such illicit activity as well as Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush and South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun will meet on September 14 to discuss bringing North Korea back to the negotiating table on its nuclear program and trade, White House spokesman Tony Snow said on Wednesday.
By Paul Tait SYDNEY (Reuters) - South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon on Monday urged patience in attempts to lure North Korea back to talks about its nuclear weapons ambitions rather than risk a "negative" response from the secretive state.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A group of U.S. senators pressed China on its ties with North Korea and Iran, they said on Friday as they neared the end of a visit that covered Washington's often volatile trade and security links with the rising Asian power.
By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea needs to be given a face-saving way of coming back to talks on its nuclear weapons program or it might opt to increase tension through missile or nuclear tests, a report released on Wednesday said.
By Teruaki Ueno TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan, stunned by North Korea's multiple missile launch last month, said on Tuesday it believed the reclusive communist state had developed ballistic missiles capable of "pinpoint" attacks on targets in Japan.
By John Ruwitch KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - North Korea spurned calls to return to nuclear talks at an Asia security forum on Friday, while U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice dashed hopes that she would plunge into a fresh Middle East initiative.
By George Nishiyama KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - North Korea spurned calls for a return to talks at a security forum on Friday and the U.S. Secretary of State dashed hopes she would return to the Middle East and the peace process there by delaying her departure.
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