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US, North Korea discuss resuming humanitarian aid

By Choe Sang-Hun
New York Times / December 16, 2011
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Officials from the United States and North Korea met in Beijing yesterday to discuss the possible terms of resuming humanitarian aid shipments to the impoverished North. The meeting followed a series of appeals from United Nations and private U.S. relief agencies for urgent aid for the most vulnerable of North Korea’s population, especially its children and pregnant mothers, who they said suffered from life-threatening malnutrition.

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