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IAEA set to approve new nuclear mission to N.Korea

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s governing body is expected on Monday to authorize the dispatch of U.N. monitors to North Korea to verify the shutdown of its atomic bomb programme, diplomats said. It would be the first mission by nuclear watchdog personnel in the isolated Stalinist state since it ejected IAEA inspectors in 2002 after the United States presented evidence it said pointed to a clandestine effort to refine nuclear fuel. Full Story

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