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N. Korea, Iran seen as more receptive to US

By Bryan Bender
Globe Correspondent / January 4, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Bush administration officials believe that the hard-line governments in Iran and North Korea are showing a new readiness to negotiate with the United States, opening perhaps the biggest opportunity to solve some longstanding differences since President Bush labeled Tehran and Pyongyang as members of an "axis of evil" two years ago. (Full Article: 1047 Words)

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