February 9, 2013

Korea Must Unite Over Threat from the North

Chosun Ilbo, Chosun Ilbo

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President-elect Park Geun-hye, ruling Saenuri Party chief Hwang Woo-yea and Moon Hee-sang, the head of an emergency committee in the main opposition Democratic United Party, met Thursday to discuss ways to deal with the North Korean nuclear crisis.

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