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Rice says US wants concrete action from Pyongyang

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Friday the United States wanted “concrete action” when six-party talks resume on North Korea’s nuclear program. Rice said the starting point for the talks, which North Korea has boycotted since last November in protest at U.S. financial restrictions, would be to seek implementation of an agreement signed with Pyongyang in September 2005. The 2005 deal involved North Korea giving up its nuclear weapons programs in exchange for economic, diplomatic and energy incentives from the other parties in the talks — South Korea, the United States, China, Japan and Russia. Full Story

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