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S. Korea sends oil aid to N. Korea

A shipment of oil headed Thursday to North Korea in exchange for the expected shutdown soon of the communist nation’s only working nuclear reactor, which would be the first step by Pyongyang to stop making atomic bombs in nearly five years. The chief U.N. inspector, Mohamed ElBaradei, said he expects the agency’s monitoring of the shutdown of the North’s Yongbyon reactor will start “early next week” and the initial inspection is expected to be completed “within a maybe month or so.” Full Story

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