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US trying to restart North Korean talks

The United States and Russia are working on a plan to transfer $25 million in once-frozen North Korean funds, aiming to revive stalled nuclear disarmament efforts. North Korea has refused to move on its pledge to shut down its nuclear reactor until it receives the money, which is in accounts at Banco Delta Asia in Macau, a Chinese territory. The money has been freed for release, but there have been problems in arranging the transfer of the North Korean funds, which the United States has alleged were tied to money laundering, counterfeiting and other illicit activities. Full Story

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