U.S. Awaits North Korea Action on Nuclear Facility With just days to go until North Korea is supposed to shut down a major nuclear facility, the United States has agreed to a key demand by the communist nation and released $25 million frozen in a Macau bank. Now the ball is in North Korea's court, according to U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill.
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U.S. Awaits North Korea Action on Nuclear Facility

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U.S. Awaits North Korea Action on Nuclear Facility

U.S. Awaits North Korea Action on Nuclear Facility

U.S. Awaits North Korea Action on Nuclear Facility

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With just days to go until North Korea is supposed to shut down a major nuclear facility, the United States has agreed to a key demand by the communist nation and released $25 million frozen in a Macau bank. Now the ball is in North Korea's court, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill tells Steve Inskeep.