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North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (second right) steps down from his armored train upon his arrival at the Bureya railway station in eastern Siberia on Sunday. Mr. Kim crossed into Russia on his armored train Saturday at the invitation of President Dmitry Medvedev. The two leaders are expected to meet later in the week to discuss the restart of nuclear-disarmament talks and the construction of a pipeline that would stream Russian natural gas to North and South Korea. (Associated Press)

North Korean leader Kim Jong-il (second right) steps down from his armored train upon his arrival at the Bureya railway station in eastern Siberia on Sunday. Mr. Kim crossed into Russia on his armored train Saturday at the invitation of President Dmitry Medvedev. The two leaders are expected to meet later in the week to discuss the restart of nuclear-disarmament talks and the construction of a pipeline that would stream Russian natural gas to North and South Korea. (Associated Press)

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