A team of American experts returned Thursday from talks in North Korea on disabling the regime's main nuclear reactor.
The group, led by Sung Kim, the U.S. State Department's top Korea expert, spent a week in Pyongyang trying to finalize details on the scope and process of disablement.
He arrived at Beijing's airport but did not make any comments. Kim later flew to Seoul to brief South Korean officials on his trip.
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