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Top South Korea party seeks talks with North on killing

The ruling party of South Korea’s president said on Monday it wanted dialogue with North Korea over the shooting death of a South Korean tourist at a resort in the North to prevent already frayed ties from being further damaged. North Korea rebuffed an olive branch extended last week by President Lee Myung-bak for talks, calling it “an intolerable insult,” while analysts said the North is likely to stonewall attempts at dialogue to damage Lee, whose popularity has sunk due to policy blunders. Full Story

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