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U.S., N. Korean Envoys Begin Nuclear Talks in Beijing

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U.S., N. Korean Envoys Begin Nuclear Talks in Beijing

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U.S., N. Korean Envoys Begin Nuclear Talks in Beijing

U.S., N. Korean Envoys Begin Nuclear Talks in Beijing

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U.S. Assistant Secretary of State James Kelly meets with North Korean diplomats in Beijing in the first face-to-face meeting between the countries since October. The talks are aimed at resolving a standoff over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, but few analysts expect a breakthrough during the three days of talks. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.

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