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United States 'very actively' asking North Korea to return to talks - South Korea

Reuters Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
The United States is "very actively" trying to persuade North Korea to come back to negotiations, South Korea's national security adviser said on Sunday, as a year-end North Korean deadline for U.S. flexibility approaches.
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