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Thirty-five Asian affairs experts from 12 countries began a two-day symposium here Wednesday to discuss issues involving Northeast Asia, with special attention paid to North Korea, organizers said.

Participants in the third annual International Symposium on Korea and the Search for Peace in Northeast Asia will discuss the North Korean economy and security and the roles of the United Nations and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Forum.

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