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TODAY   |  October 09, 2013

Kerry substitutes for Obama at Southeast Asia summit

Secretary of State John Kerry is representing the United States in Brunei on Wednesday to discuss political, economic, and security issues in the region.

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>>> secretary of state john kerry arrived this morning for a summit with southeast asian nations. it comes amid tensions from disputes in the south china sea . kerry will be representing the u.s. president obama had to cancel because of the on going government shutdown. talks at the summit will include political, economic and security issues while seeking stability in the region.