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North Korea could warm up to talks after removal of 'war maniac' Bolton

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Having once branded John Bolton a "war maniac", North Korean officials could see U.S. President Donald Trump's removal of his national security adviser as a chance to resume denuclearization talks without facing an unyielding hawk on the other side.
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