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North Korea nuclear disarmament complex - IAEA

BEIJING (Reuters) - The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Monday that moving to inspect and close facilities behind North Korea's nuclear weapons programme would be complex as the two sides seek to rebuild severed ties.

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ElBaradei to go to shore up N.Korea atom halt pact

VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief leaves for North Korea on Sunday to broker a return of inspectors to the secretive Stalinist state under a precarious six-party pact to dismantle its atomic bomb programme.

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ElBaradei to go to shore up N.Korea atom halt pact

VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief leaves for North Korea on Sunday to broker a return of inspectors to the secretive Stalinist state under a precarious six-party pact to dismantle its atomic bomb programme.

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ElBaradei leaves for N.Korea to underpin atom pact

VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog chief left for North Korea on Sunday to broker a return of inspectors to the secretive Stalinist state under a precarious six-party pact to dismantle its atomic bomb programme.

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Cyclone hits Australia's west coast, 2 dead

CANBERRA (Reuters) - Two people were killed and up to 20 injured on Friday as a powerful tropical cyclone swept across Australia's northwest coast, tearing roofs from homes and sweeping into a mining camp with destructive winds.

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Cyclone batters Australia's west coast

CANBERRA (Reuters) - Three people were feared dead and up to 20 injured on Friday as a powerful tropical cyclone swept across Australia's northwest coast, tearing roofs from homes and sweeping into a mining camp with destructive winds.

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Japan, North Korea cut short talks on forging ties

HANOI (Reuters) - Japan and North Korea cut short talks on Thursday toward establishing diplomatic relations, Japanese diplomats said, but the reason was not immediately clear.

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Japan, N.Korea restart talks amid historical rancour

HANOI (Reuters) - Japanese and North Korean diplomats met on Thursday for a second day of talks on restoring ties after meetings were cut short the day before over the sensitive issue of Japanese abducted by Pyongyang decades ago.

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North Korea ready to end nuclear work - envoy

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea is fully prepared to shut down its nuclear facilities and allow inspections, a South Korean official said in New York, where envoys from Pyongyang and Washington are set to begin rare talks on improving ties.

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Iran's atomic defiance sets it apart - IAEA chief

VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran's failure to clear up concerns about its nuclear activities after concealing them for almost 20 years sets it apart from all other nations, the U.N. atomic watchdog chief said on Monday.