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U.S. takes softer line in North Korea talks

In 2002, North Korea admitted that it had a secret uranium-enrichment program and that it was withdrawing from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. North Korea turned off all monitoring equipment at the Yongbyon nuclear facility and sent the IAEA inspectors packing. North Korea maintained variously that its nuclear program was needed

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