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N. Korea, U.N. to develop plan to dismantle nukes

In a fresh sign of easing tensions, North Korean officials on Friday invited the chief of the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog agency to come to their capital, Pyongyang, next month to develop plans aimed at dismantling the nation’s nuclear weapons program, officials said here. Mohamed ElBaradei, director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said that he hopes to discuss the “shut-down and eventual abandonment” of the plutonium-producing reactor facility at Yongbyon, ending its ability to produce fuel for additional nuclear weapons. Full Story

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