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Kerry heads to East Asia, seeks help on NKorea

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LONDON (AP) — John Kerry had been secretary of state for little more than a week when North Korea tested a nuclear bomb. He gathered top aides together for a morning meeting and asked for ideas, prompting a conversation about how to get China to join the United States in putting pressure on Pyongyang, according to a senior administration official who was present. The debate encapsulates...

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