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

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
North Korea could warm up to talks after removal of 'war maniac' BoltonHaving 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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