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UN weighs action against N. Korea

Missile tests called threat to peace

By Farah Stockman and Joe Lauria
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / July 6, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The UN Security Council held an emergency session yesterday to consider action against North Korea after the Stalinist state test-fired at least seven missiles, including one long-range rocket that US officials feared was capable of reaching US territory. (Full article: 1054 words)

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