Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Too good to be true

SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea said Tuesday it would not dismantle its nuclear weapons program until the United States first provides an atomic energy reactor, casting doubt on its commitment to a breakthrough agreement reached at international arms talks.

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Both the United States and Japan, members of the six-nation disarmament talks, rejected the North's latest demand.

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I knew it sounded too good to be true to get my hopes up.

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