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And he said it was not clear to him that Tehran had already made the decision to pursue a nuclear weapon.

On North Korea, Adm. Mullen warned that further provocations might be expected following the hermit kingdom’s decision to attack and sink a south Korean naval vessel.

In the past, he said, we have seen “clusters of events,” cautioning that the isolated communist state’s intentions were “difficult to predict.”


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