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North Korea 'willing to restart' nuclear talks with US

BBC News Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Hours after the comments North Korea launched two short-range projectiles off its east coast.
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North Korea offered to resume nuclear talks with the U.S. Hours later it launched another round of projectiles.

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