N. Korea pulls out of nuke treaty


SEOUL: North Korea, warning of a “Third World War,” withdrew from the global treaty that bars it from making nuclear weapons but said yesterday it was willing to talk to Washington to end the escalating crisis. 

US President George W. Bush talked by phone yesterday with Chinese President Jiang Zemin, who voiced disappointment and concern.  

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