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U.S. permits visit by N. Korean official

September 27, 2018
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The United States says it will allow a senior North Korean official to visit this month, a move analysts said could be a first step toward talks between the two on ending Pyongyang’s nuclear programs.

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(MSNBC — 18 October, 2009)
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The U.S. military announced the deaths of four more American troops in Afghanistan’s volatile south on Friday.

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A new study says U.S. national parks launch 11 search-and-rescue operations on an average day.

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TOKYO, Oct. 7 — During three days of talks in Pyongyang that ended Tuesday, North Korea’s leader and China’s prime minister raised expectations that the North might return to nuclear disarmament talks that it abandoned in the spring. (Washington Post — 17 October, 2009)
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TOKYO, Sept. 18 — North Korean leader Kim Jong Il told a Chinese diplomat Friday that his government is willing to discuss its nuclear program in “bilateral or multilateral” meetings, China’s official news agency said. (Washington Post — 16 October, 2009)
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Six firefighters died early Sunday after they were trapped in a smoke-filled elevator while trying to reach a fire in a building in India’s financial capital, an official said.

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First Lady to answer questions via satellite during “Ten @ Ten” segment of talk host’s prime time show.

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