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US: North Korean disarmament plans will meet deadlines

The United States expressed confidence Thursday that plans for North Korea to begin dismantling its nuclear weapons program from next week would proceed as scheduled although a key condition by Pyongyang has not been met. The Stalinist regime has said it would not shut down its key nuclear facility by April 14 as required under an aid-for-disarmament deal until Washington frees up allegedly illicit North Korean money frozen in a Macau bank. Full Story

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