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Uh, Maybe Later? US, North Korea Break Off Talks

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Uh, Maybe Later? US, North Korea Break Off Talks

Uh, Maybe Later? US, North Korea Break Off Talks

Talks between the US and North Korea in Stockholm, Sweden, have concluded for the time being.

CNN reports US and North Korean officials on Saturday painted different pictures of the meeting.

US officials said they "had good discussion" while North Korea's top negotiator blamed the ended talks on Washington.

The break-up of the negotiation without any outcome is totally due to the fact that the US would not give up their old viewpoint and attitude.


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