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North Korea brandishing nukes to get US to talk peace

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- The way North Korea sees it, only bigger weapons and more threatening provocations will force Washington to come to the table to discuss what Pyongyang says it really wants: peace. It's no coincidence that North Korea's third underground nuclear test -- and by all indications so far its most powerful yet -- took place Tuesday on the eve of President Barack Obama's...

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