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In Rare Talks, the 2 Koreas Agree to Talk Again Next Month

Four days of talks between North and South Korea ended Thursday with the North resisting pressure to resume negotiations over its nuclear program, but agreeing to cabinet-level meetings with the South next month.The White House also confirmed Thursday that American and North Korean officials met late last week in New York, the first such meeting in six months. The inter-Korean talks wound up with South Korea agreeing to ship 200,000 tons of fertilizer to the North as aid but failing to get North Korea to agree to any conciliatory message about the nuclear crisis. A joint statement mentioned instead that the two Koreas would “cooperate for the peace on the Korean Peninsula.”Full Story

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