US may consider N. Korea nuclear buyback-officials


By Carol Giacomo and Paul Eckert WASHINGTON, June 22 (Reuters) - The United States may consider offering to buy nuclear weapons-related equipment from North Korea, as it did with the former Soviet Union, if Pyongyang gives up its atomic program, U.S. officials said on Friday. State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said there has been no U.S. approval of such a formal offer to North Korea. But he told reporters: "I can't discount that there are people (in the U.S. government) ...

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