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New wave North and South Korean leaders get together

Roh Moo Hyun, President of South Korea, right, poses for a photograph with Kim Jong Il, the leader of North Korea, prior to their meeting in Pyongyang yesterday. North Korea has agreed to disable its Yongbyon nuclear reactor and provide a complete declaration of all nuclear programmes by the end of the year. Under the agreement reached between China, the two Koreas, Japan, Russia and the US, the isolated state will receive aid equivalent to nearly 1m tonnes of heavy fuel oil and Washington will move towards taking it off a terrorism blacklist. Bloomberg





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