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North Korea says it will use its "nuclear deterrent" in response to joint US-South Korean military exercises this weekend.
|By ZARNI MANN|
|Civil society groups in India send a letter to the country's prime minister to protest a state visit by Burmese junta leader Snr-Gen Than Shwe.|
|By LALIT K JHA|
|The Obama administration tells Indian officials they should “communicate directly and forcefully” with visiting Burmese junta leader Snr-Gen Than Shwe about the need for political reform.|
|By LARRY JAGAN|
|Burma dominated this week’s regional meetings in Vietnam, as Asean foreign ministers and their dialogue partners took their Burmese counterpart to task over this year's election.|
|By WILLIAM BOOT|
|Burma’s junta leader Snr-Gen Than Shwe is expected to seek India’s help in developing information technology systems during a visit he is scheduled to make from this weekend.|
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