Bush Exploring Security Deal with N. Korea

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President Bush meets in Bangkok with South Korean President Noh Moo Hyun to discuss ways to forward nuclear talks with North Korea. The Bush administration says it's considering giving Pyongyang written assurances of security, although a formal non-aggression treaty is not on the table. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.



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