Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel in South Korea for security talks

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She said that the recent saber rattling by Pyongyang, including the nuclear test, represent more of an escalation in the threat to the U.S. than to South Korea.

The North long has had highly capable short-range missiles that can hit South Korea.

Mr. Hagel will spend several days in South Korea, then head to Japan, where he and Secretary of State John F. Kerry will meet with Japanese leaders. This is Mr. Hagel’s third trip to Asia this year.

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