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LIGNET: North Korea Wants to Talk, But the Stand-Off Isn't Over

Thursday, 18 Apr 2013 02:37 PM

Demands made Thursday by North Korea that all sanctions be dropped and U.S.-South Korean joint military exercises halted before it will agree to a resumption of multilateral talks are unacceptable to Washington and Seoul and suggest that tensions with the North may be cooling but are not over. However, Pyongyang’s offer marks a big shift in its recent stream of almost daily threats, which have included threats to launch a nuclear attack on the United States.
 
 

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Demands made Thursday by North Korea that all sanctions be dropped and U.S.-South Korean joint military exercises halted before it will agree to a resumption of multilateral talks are unacceptable to Washington and Seoul and suggest that tensions with the North may be cooling.
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