N. Korea Seeks Allies North Korea urges South Koreans to join it in confronting the United States over its nuclear program. South Korea is a U.S. ally, but it's keeping an ear open to the communist-ruled North. South Koreans fear the Bush administration could drag them into a war. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.

North Korea Asks South Korea to Confront U.S.

North Korea Asks South Korea to Confront U.S.

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North Korea urges South Koreans to join it in confronting the United States over its nuclear program. South Korea is a U.S. ally, but it's keeping an ear open to the communist-ruled North. South Koreans fear the Bush administration could drag them into a war. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.

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