South Korean President Lee Myung-bak
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South Korea's pledge to avert nuclear 'perils'

World leaders have called for closer co-operation to tackle the threat of nuclear terrorism at a summit on nuclear security in Seoul.

A communique at the end of the summit reiterated a joint call to secure "vulnerable nuclear material".

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said they had acted jointly to ''save the world from the perils that may come''.

  • 27 Mar 2012
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