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UN Inspectors to Visit North Korean Nuclear ReactorUN Inspectors to Visit North Korean Nuclear Reactor
June 28, 2007 By VOA News
United Nations inspectors are expected to visit the main reactor of North Korea's controversial nuclear weapons program Thursday.



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UN Inspectors 'Satisfied' with Visit to North Korean Nuclear ReactorUN Inspectors 'Satisfied' with Visit to North Korean Nuclear Reactor
Jun. 29, 2007 By VOA News
United Nations inspectors say they are satisfied with their visit to a North Korean nuclear reactor that the communist nation has pledged to shut down in exchange for aid.

US Envoy Says North Korea Will 'Promptly' Shut Down Nuclear FacilityUS Envoy Says North Korea Will 'Promptly' Shut Down Nuclear Facility
Jun. 22, 2007 By Kurt Achin, VOA Seoul
Washington's chief negotiator in efforts to end North Korea's nuclear weapons programs is briefing diplomats in South Korea after an unannounced visit to Pyongyang. He says leaders there have reassured him they want to follow through on their promises to start disabling those programs.

Iranian Nuclear Negotiator to Meet with IAEA ChiefIranian Nuclear Negotiator to Meet with IAEA Chief
Jun. 22, 2007 By VOA News
Iran's top nuclear negotiator is expected to meet Friday, with the head of the U.N. nuclear agency for talks about Iran's nuclear program.

US Nuclear Envoy Makes Unannounced Visit to N. KoreaUS Nuclear Envoy Makes Unannounced Visit to N. Korea
Jun. 21, 2007 By Kurt Achin, VOA Seoul
The senior U.S. diplomat in charge of negotiating an end to North Korea's nuclear weapons programs is in the North Korean capital. The previously unannounced visit comes just days before United Nations nuclear inspectors are expected in the North to plan the shutdown of the country's main reactor. VOA's Kurt Achin reports from Seoul.

US Envoy Hopes to Make Up for Lost Time in N. Korean Nuclear ProcessUS Envoy Hopes to Make Up for Lost Time in N. Korean Nuclear Process
Jun. 19, 2007 By Kurt Achin, VOA Seoul
Christopher Hill, Washington's chief envoy to the North Korean nuclear negotiations, says steps toward ending Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programs should be speeded up to compensate for lost time.

US Envoy Says North Korea Should Shut Down Nuclear Facilities SoonUS Envoy Says North Korea Should Shut Down Nuclear Facilities Soon
Jun. 18, 2007 By Daniel Schearf, VOA Beijing
The chief U.S. negotiator at talks on North Korea's nuclear programs says Pyongyang may already have its money back from a Macau bank and should shut down its nuclear facilities in a matter of weeks. As Daniel Schearf reports from Beijing, finding a bank to receive the formerly frozen North Korean funds has proven a big obstacle to restarting the nuclear talks.


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