Bush, Kerry Divided on N. Korea Approach In their first debate, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry took sharply different approaches to dealing with North Korea's growing nuclear threat. The president wants to continue to pursue six-party talks, while his Democratic challenger favors bilateral negotiations. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.
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Bush, Kerry Divided on N. Korea Approach

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In their first debate, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry took sharply different approaches to dealing with North Korea's growing nuclear threat. The president wants to continue to pursue six-party talks, while his Democratic challenger favors bilateral negotiations. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.