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Updated on: Tuesday 10 October 2006, 0:50 Makka Time, 21:50 GMT  

UN action against N Korea sought

George Bush, the US president, has branded North Korea's nuclear test "a threat to international peace and security" and called for an immediate response by the UN Security Council. FULL STORY
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