By Carol Giacomo and David Lawder WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - The United States on Friday banned exports of luxury items to North Korea even as it announced a date for critical talks on resolving a dispute over other U.S. financial curbs on the communist state. The related moves occurred amid a flurry of diplomatic activity that U.S. and other officials say could lead to an agreement under which the North halts operations at its Pyongyang nuclear complex in return for energy ...
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