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 All five living past and present U.S. presidents gathered in Dallas for 
the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Thursday, 
an event that saw the men share a rare bond that transcends 
partisan differences."There was a time in my life when I wasn't likely 
to be found at a library, much less found one," Bush quipped, 
before thanking his predecessors and successor for the "kind words" and 
the "examples you set."Bush thanked his mother Barbara Bush for teaching 
him to live life to the fullest, and his father, the 41st 
president, for "teaching me how to be a president ... and how 
to be a man."- President Obama on President Bush"Forty-one, it is awesome 
that you are here today," he said, drawing a smile from his 
88-year-old father, who has battled health problems in recent months.Earlier, 
President Obama noted that the exclusive group of current and former presidents 
is often viewed as a club, but he said it is "more 
of a support group.""No matter how much you think you're ready to 
assume the office of the president, its impossible to understand the nature 
of the job until its yours," Obama said. "The first thing I 
found in that desk was a letter from George. He knew that 
I would come to learn what he had learned. That being president 
is a humbling job."We know President Bush the man," Obama said. "To 
know the man is to like the man. Because hes comfortable in 
his own skin. He knows who he is. He doesnt put on 
a The U.S. and South Korea are extending for two years their current 
civilian nuclear agreement and postponing a contentious decision on whether 
Seoul will be allowed to reprocess spent fuel as it seeks to 
expand its atomic energy industry.Wednesday's announcement is a setback 
to South Korea's new leader, Park Geun-hye, who had made revision of 
the 39-year-old treaty one of her top election pledges, but it alleviates 
a potential disagreement between the allies when Park visits Washington 
in two weeks to meet with President Obama.State Department spokesman Patrick 
Ventrell said the extension will provide more time for the two governments 
to complete the complex negotiations on a successor agreement that will 
recommence in June."These are very technical talks, and both parties felt 
that we needed more time," he told reporters.South Korea is the world's 
fifth-largest nuclear energy producer and is planning to expand domestic 
use of nuclear power and exports of nuclear reactors. But its radioactive 
waste storage is filling up, so it wants to be able to 
reprocess spent plutonium. It also wants to be able enrich uranium, a 
process that uranium must undergo to become a viable nuclear fuel. Currently, 
South Korea has to get countries such as the U.S. and France 
to do enrichment for it.Revising the agreement is a sensitive matter as 
the same technologies can also be used to develop nuclear weapons. Washington 
has historically opposed allowing repr
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