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U.S., N. Korea Hold Talks on the Side

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U.S., N. Korea Hold Talks on the Side

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U.S., N. Korea Hold Talks on the Side

U.S., N. Korea Hold Talks on the Side

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Six-nation talks aimed at resolving the North Korean nuclear crisis begin in Beijing. For the first time in months, U.S. and North Korean representatives hold direct, informal talks. Diplomats warn that an early breakthrough is unlikely, but insist some kind of compromise must be reached. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.

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