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Report: N. Korean leader to visit South

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has told a top Chinese leader he intends to visit South Korea at an “appropriate time,” a former South Korean presidential aide was quoted as saying Sunday in news report. The North Korean leader had agreed to visit the South after hosting former South Korean President Kim Dae-jung in Pyongyang for a historic inter-Korean summit in 2000. But the trip has yet to happen. Since the summit, there has been the election of President Bush, the election of a new South Korean president, Roh Moo-hyun, and the eruption of an international standoff over North Korea’s nuclear weapons programs.Full Story

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