WASHINGTON — U.S. Customs Service inspectors will soon begin screening U.S.-bound cargo before it leaves South Korea, according to an agreement penned Friday between the two countries.

The pact is part of a Bush administration antiterrorism strategy to deploy Customs officials at major global ports in an attempt to prevent weaponry from being smuggled in cargo containers.

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