North Korea Secretary of State Madeline Albright says six hours of talks with North Korean officials over the past two days produced "important progress," in U.S. relations with the Communist country, but that more work remains to be done. The major issue for the United States is obtaining commitments from North Korea to curb its missile program. NPR's Rob Gifford reports from Pyongyang.
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Secretary of State Madeline Albright says six hours of talks with North Korean officials over the past two days produced "important progress," in U.S. relations with the Communist country, but that more work remains to be done. The major issue for the United States is obtaining commitments from North Korea to curb its missile program. NPR's Rob Gifford reports from Pyongyang.