North Korean chief nuclear envoy Kim Kye Gwan went to Beijing's airport Thursday for a flight home after a breakdown in talks on disarming Pyongyang's nuclear program.
Kim had refused to take part in the six-party talks, held this week, on ways to push forward a February agreement on North Korea giving up its nuclear program in return for energy aid because of problems over the transfer of North Korean funds frozen in a Macau bank.
Kim waved to reporters when he arrived at the airport but did not say anything.
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