US Secretary of State John Kerry mingles through guests during a State Dinner at the White House February 11, 2014 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI
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North, South Korea hold rare high-level talksNorth and South Korean officials held their highest level talks in years Wednesday, seeking to thrash out common ground for improving ties despite a row over looming South Korea-U.S. military drills. The North wants to resume talks with Seoul and Washington on nuclear matters, but both have insisted that Pyongyang must first make a tangible commitment to abandoning nuclear weapons.The North is also likely to push for a resumption of regular South Korea tours to its Mount Umgang resort.There are fears the North might cancel the reunion in protest at South Korea and the U.S. pushing ahead with joint military exercises.
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