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North Korea Agrees to New Talks on Nuclear Program

North Korea agreed early Tuesday to a new round of six-nation talks later this month aimed at resolving a standoff over its nuclear program, according to the Pyongyang government’s official news services. North Korea, the United States and China recently “held several rounds of consultations and agreed to hold six-nation talks beginning February 25,” according to the KCNA news agency and Radio Pyongyang. The South Korean Foreign Ministry confirmed the report. The agreement comes six months after the first round of negotiations in Beijing among the United States, North Korea, South Korea, China, Japan and Russia. Those talks broke up without any significant progress being made. Full Story

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