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South Korea's presidential candidates (L-R), Lee Jung-Hee of the opposition Unified Progressive Party, Moon Jae-In of the main opposition Democratic United Party and Park Geun-Hye of the ruling Saenuri Party prepare for a televised debate in Seoul on December 4, 2012. Conservative and right wing Park who is the daughter of late South Korean military dictator Park Chung-hee and the former human rights lawyer Moon, participated in a debate over security policy as North Korea readied a rocket launch that is timed to coincide with the South's presidential election. AFP PHOTO / POOL (Photo credit should read LEE JAE-WON/AFP/Getty Images)
04 Dec 2012
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