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Envoy: N.Korea talks lack momentum

The U.S. envoy to North Korea’s nuclear talks said Saturday that a two-month-old disarmament plan lacks “momentum” as North Korea failed to meet a deadline for shutting down its main nuclear reactor and processing facility. “We don’t have a lot of momentum right now. That is for sure,” U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill told reporters before meeting his Chinese counterpart, Wu Dawei. The disarmament plan, reached in February after nearly four years of arduous negotiations, laid out a timetable for North Korea to dismantle its nuclear programs. Full Story

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