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U.N. monitors set to go to North Korea after IAEA meeting

The International Atomic Energy Agency is poised to send a team to North Korea this week to verify the shutdown of its atom bomb project after IAEA governors give an expected go-ahead on Monday, diplomats said. It will be the first mission by U.N. nuclear watchdog monitors since North Korea expelled the agency’s inspectors in 2002 after the United States presented evidence it said pointed to a covert uranium enrichment program. Full Story

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