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June 26, 2010

Obama: must be consequences for sinking S Korean ship

In his strongest words yet, President Barack Obama says there must be "consequences" for North Korea for sinking South Korean ship.

"There have to be consequences for such irresponsible behavior," Obama said during a meeting with South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak at the G20 summit in Toronto.

Obama also said he'll move to win approval of a free trade agreement with South Korea.


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free Korean Navy engineers di such a sterling job of raising the sunken Cheonsan vessel, President Obama should invite a delegation of Korean Engineers to take an inside look at the British Petrolium well leak status, make recommendations and offer alternative solutions to stop the catastrophy in the Gulf of Mexico, just in case relief well efforts do not yield desired results

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