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North Korea gets oil for reactor promise

U.N. inspectors arrived in North Korea on Saturday to monitor the communist country’s long-anticipated promise to scale back its nuclear weapons program, while the top U.S. nuclear envoy said he expected Pyongyang’s reactor to be shut down in a matter of days. An initial shipment of oil aid arrived hours earlier Saturday, in return for Pyongyang’s pledge to close down its main nuclear reactor. The move would be the North’s first step in nearly five years toward the de-nuclearization of the peninsula. Full Story

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