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Dimming hope for deal

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N. Korea should stop raising tensions, return to talks

There are growing signs that North Korea may be preparing to restart its nuclear development program at its Yongbyon complex amid the stalled denuclearization talks with the United States.

New activities detected recently by satellites indicate that the Kim Jong-un regime is getting ready to take a "new path," assuming that it will not get a new satisfactory proposal from the U.S. by the end of this year. There is little argument that the new path, suggested by the North Korean leader, is about testing nuclear bombs and missiles capable of hitting the U.S. mainland.

According to 38 North, an American North Korea-monitoring website, there has been "narrow but steady" liquid effluent from the Experimental Light Water Reactor at Yongbyon for at least three........

© The Korea Times