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PHUKET, Thailand — North Korea refused to re-enter talks to terminate its nuclear weapons program Thursday despite a united front of Asian nations spearheaded by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to get it back to the bargaining table.
Warning that Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions could spark an arms race in the region, Clinton said the U.S. will continue to vigorously enforce tough U.N. sanctions, insist that it "irreversibly denuclearize" and press for a return to so-called six-part