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US: North Korea to mull plan to end nuclear crisis

The United States said Monday that North Korea would study a new plan to quell a nuclear crisis on the Korean peninsula, though Pyongyang has reportedly rejected it. A North Korean foreign ministry spokesman, in a statement Monday via the official Korean Central News Agency, rejected the US proposal to give Pyongyang three months to shut down and seal its nuclear weapons facilities in return for aid, security guarantees and easing of its political and economic isolation. “As far as the North Korean reaction to our proposals … I would simply say that there have been various sorts of comments made by North Korea through its official media,” US State Department deputy spokesman Adam Ereli said. Full Story

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