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NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports that 11 nations, including the United States, are holding training exercises in the Coral Sea this weekend. They're going to perform mock aerial interceptions of weapons of mass destruction. The United States is hoping its efforts will slow commerce in illicit weapons materials, especially to North Korea.

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