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June 16, 2009 5:09 PM

Obama rejects North Korea's bid to be nuclear power

Despite President Barack Obama's assurance Tuesday that he won't accept North Korea as a nuclear power, he has few options short of war and may have little choice but to find a way to live with the threat. The rogue nation already has the ability to make nuclear weapons and probably will keep it.

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