U.N. Gives Korea Last Chance The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency gives the North Korean government one last chance to readmit inspectors who were expelled a week ago. Meanwhile, U.S. officials hold consultations with Japan and South Korea on how to persuade the North to abandon nuclear programs. Hear more from NPR News.

U.N. Gives N. Korea Last Chance to Readmit Monitors

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The U.N. nuclear watchdog agency gives the North Korean government one last chance to readmit inspectors who were expelled a week ago. Meanwhile, U.S. officials hold consultations with Japan and South Korea on how to persuade the North to abandon nuclear programs. Hear more from NPR News.