North Korea, Iran celebrate 'special relationship'

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May 25, 2006 06:07

North Korea and Iran, locked in nuclear standoffs with the United States, celebrated their friendship and said their opposition to "global dominators" made their relationship stronger, the North's media reported Thursday. The two countries, denounced by the US as part of an "axis of evil," along with prewar Iraq, for their pursuit of weapons of mass destruction, marked their "friendship week" with various events in Teheran last week, the North's official Korean Central News Agency said. North Korea and Iran have been major foreign policy irritants for the United States as they have resisted Washington-led international pressure to give up their nuclear ambitions.


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