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North Korea Revews Commitment to Talks

North Korea on Tuesday renewed its commitment to stalled nuclear disarmament talks, while at the same time vowing to strengthen its stockpile of atomic weapons to counter what it called extreme U.S. hostility. North Korea “is sticking to its stand to seek ways of overcoming difficulties lying in the way of the six-party talks and of achieving progress in the talks,” the North’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said in a commentary carried by the state-run Korean Central News Agency. However, North Korea repeated on Tuesday its accusation that the United States is planning to attack the communist regime, citing as evidence more than 190 spy flights it claims the United States sent over the North in January and a U.S. decision to deploy a nuclear-powered carrier in Japan. Full Story

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