North Korea offered Tuesday to freeze its nuclear program, including weapons and power development, to help rekindle talks on the standoff over its arms programs, while a delegation of Americans left for the communist country to possibly tour a disputed nuclear plant. The moves came as the United States, China, Russia, Japan and the two Koreas scrambled to arrange a new round of negotiations on the topic, with South Korea and Russia saying they are unlikely this month. North Korea has said before it is willing to freeze its “nuclear activities” in exchange for U.S. aid and being removed from Washington’s list of terrorism sponsoring nations. Full Story
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