South Korea will delay shipments of crucial rice aid to North Korea until the communist country keeps its promise to shut down its nuclear reactor, government sources quoted by local media said Thursday. Seoul last month agreed to resume regular annual shipments totalling 400,000 tons of rice worth 170 million dollars. Officials said at the time the first one would be made in late May, provided the North had taken initial steps under a February denuclearisation pact. Full Story
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