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US, N. Korea cite progress in differences on nuclear program

Meeting ends with no date to resume talks

By Nick Cumming-Bruce
New York Times / October 26, 2011

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US and North Korean officials emerged from two days of meetings here agreeing that they had narrowed their differences about negotiating on the North’s nuclear program, but they parted without fixing a date for further bilateral or multilateral talks. Speaking outside the US mission after the talks ended yesterday, Stephen W. Bosworth, the US special envoy, called the talks “very positive and generally constructive.

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