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Seeking aid, N. Korea vows to stop nukes

North Korea’s No. 2 leader reiterated Thursday his country’s pledge to abandon its nuclear weapons, as the impoverished nation sought a resumption of aid at its first high-level talks with South Korea since conducting an atomic test. Kim Yong Nam said “the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is the dying wish” of the country’s founding president, Kim Il Sung, the father of current leader Kim Jong Il. Full Story

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