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U.S. envoy on Korean peninsula to revive nuclear deal

U.S. diplomat Chris Hill arrived in Seoul on Tuesday ahead of a visit to North Korea to try to save a crumbling disarmament-for-aid deal and prevent Pyongyang from rebuilding its aging nuclear plant. North Korea has threatened to restore its nuclear plant — frozen and being disabled under the deal — that makes bomb-grade plutonium, in anger at not being dropped from a U.S. terrorism blacklist and by Washington’s verification demands. “Let’s see if we can come up with measures that will allow us to verify their declaration,” U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Hill told reporters at Incheon airport near Seoul. Full Story

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