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Analysts: Compromise Unlikely at N. Korea Talks

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Analysts: Compromise Unlikely at N. Korea Talks

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Analysts: Compromise Unlikely at N. Korea Talks

Analysts: Compromise Unlikely at N. Korea Talks

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Six-way talks on North Korea's nuclear program begin Wednesday in Beijing. The two main participants are the United States and North Korea, but South Korea, Japan, Russia and China will also participate. Analysts say the lists of grievances these other nations have against Pyongyang could make agreement on the nuclear issue difficult. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.

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