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Envoys Meet Ahead of Korea Nuclear Talks

Negotiators from Japan, South Korea and the United States met Thursday to coordinate strategy for resuming talks to pressure North Korea to give up its atomic weapons, after the North’s leader reportedly said a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula was his father’s dying wish. North Korea agreed Saturday to end a 13-month boycott of the six-nation talks after being assured by the chief U.S. nuclear envoy, Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill, that Washington recognized its sovereignty. Full Story

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