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War on Terror - What Next?

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North Korea
There is no evidence linking North Korea to the 11 September attacks on the US, but President George Bush has warned Pyongyang that it could soon become a target in the war on terror. In his first State of the Union address, Mr Bush put North Korea among a small group of the world’s most dangerous regimes. He accused it of arming itself with missiles and weapons of mass destruction which could be used to arm international terrorists. He described North Korea, along with Iraq and Iran, as “an axis of evil”. He left his warning vague without mentioning specific actions that could be taken, but hinted that he would move to use the full force of US military might if necessary.

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