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Pyongyang faces growing pressure as deadline for nuclear shutdown nears.

George Bush, the US president, has said he was taken aback after Pervez Musharraf, his Pakistani counterpart, alleged that the US had threatened to bomb his country unless it co-operated in the "war on terror".

The Pakistani president has said that after the 9/11 attacks the United States threatened to bomb his country if it did not cooperate with America's campaign against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Richard Armitage believes Hezbollah is terrorism's A-team, with Iran as its owner and Syria as the team's coach.
Adla Massoud in Washington DC
Iraqi and US officials have pleaded for more international aid to rebuild Iraq.

Iraqi and US leaders have agreed on the necessity of January e

The United States is willing to make changes to its draft resolution on Sudan, US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage has said.

The US and the Iraqi interim government have expressed their opposition to the Philippine government decision to give in to the demands of abductors in Iraq.

Both Republicans and Democrats in Congress are criticising the Bush administration its inability to outline a definitive plan for handing over sovereignty to Iraqis next month.

Benjamin Duncan in Washington, DC
Cabinet-level talks between the two Koreas starting on Tuesday are vital to bring North Korea to the negotiating table to end its nuclear weapons programmes, a senior US official has said.
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