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MUNICH (AP) — U.N. inspectors plan to return to North Korea in about a week to help the communist nation dismantle its nuclear program and re-establish a presence that ended when they were expelled five years ago, diplomats said yesterday.
Hearts are fluttering once again among the disarmament folks over renewed hopes North Korea will finally take the first step toward giving up the nuclear ambitions of its leader, Kim Jong-il.
SEOUL — North Korea said yesterday it is willing to shut down its main nuclear reactor as soon as it receives an initial shipment of energy aid promised as a reward for closing the facility.
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