In Eventful Trip, Bush Calls for N. Korean Disarmament

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The president heads to Cartegena, Colombia, after attending the annual Asia Pacific Economic Summit in Chile. These summits are meant to deal with economic and trade issues. But the headlines were about everything from North Korea's nuclear program, to some embarrassing security issues between the U.S. and the host nation. Hear Don Gonyea.



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