Talks on N. Korea Begin Delegates from six nations begin discussions in Beijing on North Korea's nuclear weapons program. A South Korean official says the opening meeting proceeded smoothly. The talks, which also include the United States, Japan, Russia and China, are expected last until Friday. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.
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Six-Way Talks on N. Korea Begin

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Delegates from six nations begin discussions in Beijing on North Korea's nuclear weapons program. A South Korean official says the opening meeting proceeded smoothly. The talks, which also include the United States, Japan, Russia and China, are expected last until Friday. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.