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US still confident on NKorea deal

Negotiators met Sunday on how to get North Korea’s nuclear disarmament accord under way ahead of new six-party talks, as the United States said an ongoing cash dispute would not derail the agreement. The secretive North sent mixed messages Saturday on whether the February 13 deal would go ahead as planned, again insisting that 25 million dollars of North Korean funds frozen by US sanctions in Macau had to be released. With the latest six-way talks to resume in Beijing on Monday, amid high hopes that the on-off negotiations can make this latest deal stick, US envoy Christopher Hill said he was confident the financial dispute could be resolved. Full Story

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