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U.S. and S. Korea to Push To Restart Nuclear Talks

September 26, 2018
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President Bush and South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun agreed yesterday to work together to restart stalled six-party nuclear talks with North Korea, but they skated over their deep differences in how to deal with the isolated Stalinist government in Pyongyang. (Washington Post — 20 minutes ago)
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North Korea’s announcement yesterday that it will conduct a nuclear test came just as the United States, along with South Korea, was launching a new effort to persuade the government in Pyongyang to return to long-stalled disarmament talks. (Washington Post — 22 minutes ago)
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South Korea and China warned North Korea on Wednesday that if it tested a nuclear weapon it would face a chill in relations with Seoul and Beijing, its two key aid sources. Left, protesters in Seoul. (International Herald Tribune — 9 hours ago)
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South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun has called for a “cool-headed and stern” response to North Korea’s threat to conduct a nuclear test, his office said. (CNN — 14 hours ago)
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TOKYO, Oct. 3 — North Korea declared Tuesday that it would conduct a nuclear test to bolster its defenses against the United States, raising tensions in the region and marking the communist government’s first unambiguous pledge to prove it has become a nuclear power. (Washington Post — 10 hours ago)
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North Korea announced that it intended to conduct its first nuclear test, prompting warnings from Tokyo to Washington. (International Herald Tribune — 4 October, 2006)
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