North Korea Agrees to Close Nuclear Reactor for Oil

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At the six-party talks in Beijing, North Korea has agreed to a phased shutdown of its nuclear program in exchange for aid, including tons of fuel oil.  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called the agreement a positive move by Pyongyang, but former UN Ambassador John Bolton, long-time critic of North Korea, calls it a "very bad deal." Warren Stroble is Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent for the McClatchy News Service.




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