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China hotel battens down amid Kim visit rumours

GUANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - Tight security around a five-star hotel in southern China on Friday fed speculation North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is visiting as diplomatic efforts to restart talks on the North's nuclear programme gathered pace.

U.S. appeals for help in restarting N.Korea talks

HANOI (Reuters) - The United States urged all the countries in the nuclear talks with North Korea on Friday to bring Pyongyang back to the table.

China hotel battens down amid Kim visit rumours

GUANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - Tight security around a five-star hotel in southern China on Friday fed speculation North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is visiting as diplomatic efforts to restart talks on the North's nuclear programme gathered pace.

U.S. appeals for help in restarting N.Korea talks

HANOI (Reuters) - The United States urged all the countries in the nuclear talks with North Korea on Friday to bring Pyongyang back to the table.

Rep. Shadegg joins U.S. House leadership race

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An Arizona conservative joined the race for House of Representatives majority leader on Friday with a call for a clean break from a growing lobbying scandal that has beset the Republican Party.

U.S. envoy in China as rumours on N.Korea's Kim swirl

BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - The top U.S. negotiator with North Korea said in Beijing on Thursday he would try to breathe life into stalled nuclear talks as North Korean leader Kim Jong-il appeared to continue a secret trip to China.

U.S. hopes N.Korea's Kim in China for nuclear talk

SEOUL (Reuters) - The United States has little information about Kim Jong-il's apparent trip to China but hopes the North Korean leader is having talks that add life to stalled nuclear discussions, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday.

U.S. hopes N.Korea's Kim in China for nuclear talk

SEOUL (Reuters) - The United States has little information about Kim Jong-il's apparent trip to China but hopes the North Korean leader is having talks that add life to stalled nuclear discussions, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday.

Where is N.Korea's Kim? Officials hunt for clues

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea's Kim Jong-il entered China for a rare overseas trip, but a day after the media reports first emerged mystery remained over the secretive communist leader's agenda and even his mode of transport.

Where is N.Korea's Kim? Officials hunt for clues

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - Mystery surrounded the destination of North Korea's Kim Jong-il on Wednesday, a day after media reports that the secretive communist leader had entered China on board his armoured train.