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U.S. Wheat Begins New Aid to N. Korea

September 29, 2018
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TOKYO, June 30 — A U.S. ship bearing 37,000 tons of wheat has arrived in North Korea, officials said Monday, the first installment in what is scheduled to be a major expansion of international food aid in the closed totalitarian country.

(Washington Post — 1 August, 2008)
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KYOTO, Japan, June 27 — North Korea dynamited the dirty gray cooling tower at its deactivated Yongbyon nuclear facility on Friday, a made-for-TV event intended to show the United States and the world that it is serious about abandoning its nuclear weapons program.

(Washington Post — 4 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, July 30 — With shriveled harvests and a cutback in imports, North Korea has slipped back into a serious food shortage that is causing millions of people to go hungry, the United Nations announced Wednesday.

(Washington Post — 5 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, July 8 — After a nine-month stall, China announced Tuesday that formal negotiations will resume this week on dismantling North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, including ways to verify its recent accounting of plutonium-based nuclear material.

(Washington Post — 1 August, 2008)
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KYOTO, Japan, June 26 — President Bush moved Thursday to drop North Korea from a list of countries that sponsor terrorism and to lift some trading sanctions, after the isolated totalitarian state turned over a long-delayed report that includes details of plutonium production in its nuclear program.

(Washington Post — 1 August, 2008)
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President Bushs comments raise the prospect of new delays in the dismantling of North Koreas nuclear program. (New York Times — 3 hours ago)
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Just days before North Korea delivered to China last week its long-awaited declaration on its plutonium-based nuclear programs, Pyongyang privately acknowledged the United States’ long-standing concerns about alleged uranium-enrichment activities and possible proliferation to Syria, U.S. and Asia…

(Washington Post — 1 August, 2008)
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SEOUL, Aug. 6 — As President Bush rode a motorcade out of Seoul air base on Tuesday night, he was greeted by hundreds of people waving South Korean and American flags and signs announcing “Friends Forever.” But in downtown parts of the capital, anti-Bush protests drew thousands of marchers, and…

(Washington Post — 5 hours ago)
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The United States in recent weeks has obtained new intelligence — fresh traces of highly enriched uranium discovered among 18,000 pages of North Korean documents — that are raising new questions about whether Pyongyang pursued an alternative route to producing a nuclear weapon, according to…

(Washington Post — 4 August, 2008)
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