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US to ease North Korea sanctions N Korea to destroy reactor tower North Korea declaration 'verifiable'   Musharraf accused of N. Korea nuke deal  Disgraced scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan: North Korea received nuclear material from Pakistan in a 2000 shipment supervised by the army Seoul to revive talks with North U.N.: Millions at risk in N.K. food crisis  The survey on food and nutrition in North Korea shows millions of people are going hungry, with households reducing their food intake   N Korea steps up row with South  North Korea will expel South Korean workers from a mountain resort, in a further sign of worsening relations between the two countries North Korea to be rebuilding nuke plant North Korea to be rebuilding nuke plant   Kim missing from parade Map of Pyongyang North Korea
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1. 03-26 N Korea expels S Korean managers North Korea
C. 03-27 N. Korea 'test-fires missiles' North Korea
3. 04-11 Japan extends sanctions on N. Korea Japan
E. 04-17 North Korea at risk of famine, says U.N. North Korea
5. 04-19 Bush, Lee hopeful of swaying North Korea Washington
6. 04-23 U.S. to cite N. Korea-Syria nuclear link U.S. Congress
04-24 Syria 'had covert nuclear scheme' Syria
I. 04-27 North Koreans cheer Olympic torch North Korea
J. 05-09 Famine fears North Korea

North Koreans cheer Olympic torch Famine fears Man abducted in 1975 escapes N. Korea Rice: N. Korea to declare nuclear past Media invited to nuclear plant blast North Korea declaration expected  There are reports the communist country could hand over a long-awaited declaration of its nuclear activities N. Korea releases details of nucl. Program
N Korea expels S Korean managers  North Korea has expelled most of the South Korean managers from a joint industrial park on which has been a symbol of reconciliation N. Korea 'test-fires missiles'  North Korea has test-fired short-range missiles off its western coast. S. Korea seemed the move as the part of 'ordinary military training' Japan extends sanctions on N. Korea North Korea at risk of famine, says U.N. Bush, Lee hopeful of swaying North Korea   U.S. to cite N. Korea-Syria nuclear link  U.S. intelligence officials will tell members of Congress that N. Korea was helping Syria build a nuclear facility   Syria 'had covert nuclear scheme'


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  The United States has accused N. Korea of helping Syria build a nuclear reactor that 'was not intended for peaceful purposes'.    A covert nuclear reactor destroyed last year in Syria would have been capable of producing plutonium. But ...
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  Bush welcomed moves made by North Korea to remove itself from a U.S. list of states that sponsor terrorism.    The declaration, which is 6 months overdue, is expecte...


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  There is growing speculation about the health of Kim Jong-il, 66, after he failed to attend a huge martial parade in Pyongyang
Sep.10     N.Korea denies Kim health 'conspiracies'  North Korea denied claims that Kim Jong Il is seriously ill and may have suffered a stroke, granting a rare interview to a foreign media Sep.18 N. Korea preparing to restart reactor Sep.22 N. Korea seeks removal of nuke seals Sep.24   Nuclear plant seals removed
  IAEA: N. Korea has made another move toward possibly restarting its suspended nuclear program
N Korea warned over nuclear move
Sep.30 US envoy in crucial N Korea trip

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Oct.1   U.S. nuke envoy in North Korea for talks
  Christopher Hill arrived for talks aimed at saving a disarmament deal with the reclusive communist nation   Two Koreas end brief military talks  The first military talks between North and South in 8 months ended in just 1.5 hour, casting doubts over the prospect of any progress Oct.4 Kim Jong-il 'appears in public'
Oct.8 N Korea 'to launch 10 missiles' Oct.11   U.S. takes North Korea off terror list
  State Department: The United States removed North Korea from its list of states that sponsor terrorism
    Japan objects to US N Korea move  Japan has criticised as 'extremely regrettable' Washington's decision to remove N. Korea from its list of state sponsors of terrorism Oct.13   NK 'lets monitors into Yongbyon'   North Korea has restored UN monitors' access to the Yongbyon nuclear site, including the plutonium reprocessing plant Oct.28     North Korea will turn South into 'debris'  North Korea issues a statement declaring that it will turn South Korea into 'debris' if the South does not stop all 'confrontational activities'

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Nov.11   North Korea to close land border  North Korea has announced that it will close the land border with South Korea from December 1 because 'reckless confrontation' from South Nov.12   U.S.: N. Korea mustn't impede inspections  North Korea must allow international inspectors to take samples from its main nuclear complex as part of an agreement to verify its nuke act... Nov.23   North Korea suspends trains to South  North Korea was suspending the 18-month-old rail service across the border in protest of the 'confrontational' policies of President Lee Myu... Nov.30   N Korea restricts border controls   North Korea has begun enforcing stricter border controls with South Korea, due to what it calls 'relentless confrontation' from Seoul

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Dec.11     N. Korean nuclear deal may elude Bush  The administration signaled that it may not be able to reach an agreement with North Korea on its nuclear program before President Bush leaves...





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