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머니투데이 스타뉴스 정상흔 기자] 댄 브라운의 동명 인기소설을 극화한 영화 ‘다빈치 코드’(사진)가 오는 5월 개최되는 제59회 칸국제영화제에서 첫 공개된다.

22일(현지시각) 외신에 따르면, 론 하워드 감독의 ‘다빈치 코드’가 올해 제59회 칸국제영화제(5월17~28일) 개막일인 17일 비경쟁 부문에서 첫 공개된다. 미국 개봉은 5월 19일.
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프랑스 언론이 18일 APEC 회원국 정상들 앞에서 공연을 갖는 '아시아의 별' 보아에 대해 깊은 관심을 드러냈다.

AFP 통신은 17일 부산발 기사에서 "19세의 한국 가수 보아가 미국 대통령 조지 W. 부시를 비롯, 세계 정상들 앞에서 공연을 한다"고 보도하면서 "보아는 아시아-태평양의 지도자들에게 지친 하루의 일과를 마무리하는 반가운 휴식을 제공할 것"이라고 표현했다.
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News from Korean media sourcesYS `미림팀' 불법도청 진상조사 나서기로 野 "YS정부만 겨냥한다면 초법적 정치보복"

(서울=연합뉴스) 황재훈 심인성 기자 = 열린우리당은 17일 앞으로 국가권력에 의한 불법 도.감청행위에 대해 공소시효를 배제 또는 연장하는 방안을 추진하겠다고 밝혔다.
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News from Korean media sourcesRoh, Bush press North Korea for prompt nuke dismantlement
GYEONGJU - Korean President Roh Moo-hyun and U.S. President George W. Bush yesterday reasserted that a nuclear-armed North Korea will not be tolerated and North Korea should eliminate its nuclear weapons programs "promptly and verifiably."

Underlining their "strong alliance," the two presidents acknowledged the "steady development of the ROK-U.S. relationship into a comprehensive, dynamic and mutually-beneficial alliance."
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News from Korean media sourcesSEOUL, South Korea (CNN) -- North Korea said Tuesday it would begin dismantling its nuclear program only if the United States provides a light-water reactor for civilian power.

The demand could threaten a day-old agreement between North Korea and the five nations involved in nuclear disarmament talks.

"Without this physical guarantee of the (light-water reactor), our position is not to even dream of us giving up our nuclear deterrence," the official KCNA news agency quoted a spokesman for the North Korean Foreign Ministry as saying.
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News from Korean media sourcesNorth Korea Proposes to Resume Six-Party Nuclear Talks in the Week Beginning September 12th It looks like talks on North Korea's nuclear standoff will be put off for another two weeks or so.
The negotiations were supposed to resume this week, but North Korea announced today that it could not return to the dialogue table, when the U.S. was being so hostile.
Now this latest round of six-country talks went into a three-week recess earlier this month after 13 days of negotiations. Lee Jung-hwa has the latest.
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News from Korean media sourcesWASHINGTON (AP) - The apparent shutdown of a nuclear reactor in North Korea is raising concerns among Bush administration officials that Pyongyang has completed the task of producing spent fuel rods laced with weapons-grade plutonium.

But a U.S. official familiar with the situation said there could be at least two other possibilities, neither of which is troubling: that the reactor has run into mechanical trouble or that North Korea is bluffing in order to raise anxieties.

In the past, North Korea has claimed to have taken major steps in its pursuit of a nuclear weapons arsenal and only some of those claims are credited by U.S. analysts as genuine. Even so, North Korea is believed to have already produced at least one atom bomb and the United States, China, Japan, South Korea and Russia are trying to negotiate elimination of the nuclear weapons program.
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News from Korean media sourcesKorea's protests over Japan's claims to Dokdo have been sidelined as the history row has expanded in Northeast Asia, with China becoming the most fervent protester against Japan.

Although the magnitude of anti-Japan campaigns is strong in Korea, China's violent rallies have visibly outshone those in Korea, bringing the international spotlight on relations between China and Japan instead.
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In a press preview of "Running Boy" held at a cinema in downtown Seoul on Monday afternoon, something unusual happened. First, reporters clapped and cheered at the end of the film, are some of them were wiping off tears. Second, an interview room was so crowded with reporters that it was almost impossible to move or even breathe.

Very few Korean movies, if any, received such an applause in recent months not because movie reporters are cold-hearted but because many of them fail to meet surging expectations.
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News from Korean media sourcesSouth Korea will be watching with the world today as President George W. Bush is sworn in for a second four-year term, focusing with heightened interest on his plans to deal with the North Korean nuclear standoff and his new foreign policy team.

Analysts here and abroad say the Bush legacy hinges on the refreshed policies emanating from the Oval Office, State Department and Pentagon and convincing global allies, including South Korea, that there will be a careful balance, particularly on foreign affairs.
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