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Report: North Korea may shut key nuclear reactor
12/14/2006
North Korea has told the United States it is willing to shut down a key nuclear reactor and accept UN inspections if certain conditions are met, a news report said Thursday. The North said it could close the five-megawatt reactor in its main nuclear complex in Yongbyon and accept inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the newspaper Hankook Ilbo reported from Washington, citing an unidentified State Department official.
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