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N. Korea considers suspending talks with 'gangster-like' U.S., may unfreeze nuclear sites

Haaretz Friday, 15 March 2019
U.S. State Secretary Pompeo says Washington wished to continue talks with Pyongyang, but gives no sign of willingness to soften its stance in demanding North Korea give up its nuclear weapons
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After a failed summit in Hanoi, North Korea is considering suspending nuclear talks with the United States, according to news reports form the North's capital. Ryan Brooks reports.

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