A shipment of fuel oil arrives in North Korea as part of an agreement to end its nuclear program. International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors are monitoring the shutdown of the Yongbyon reactor. North Korea later advises that it has shut the reactor down.
A shipment of fuel has arrived in North Korea - the first part of a deal to halt Pyongyang's nuclear program.
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BBC via ABC News Australia
North Korea announces it will resume activities in the Yongbyon nuclear complex, closed since 2007. 2013-04-2, with context: North Korea, Yongbyon
The International Atomic Energy Agency receives an invitation from North Korea to visit. 2012-03-19, with context: IAEA, North Korea
North Korea silences its guns to prevent confrontation with South Korea as the South's "reckless" and ""childish play with fire" military drills continue. North Korea also invites International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors into the country. 2010-12-21, with context: IAEA, North Korea
North Korea agrees with United States troubleshooter Bill Richardson to permit the return of United Nations nuclear inspectors. 2010-12-20, with context: IAEA, North Korea
The International Atomic Energy Agency and the United States Government advises that North Korea is co-operating with plans to shut down its nuclear program. 2007-08-17, with context: IAEA, North Korea
The International Atomic Energy Agency confirms that North Korea has shut down all five of its nuclear reactors as six-party talks resume in Beijing. 2007-07-18, with context: IAEA, North Korea
International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors confirm the closure of the Yongbyon reactor in North Korea. 2007-07-16, with context: IAEA, North Korea
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors arrive at the Yongbyon reactor in North Korea to discuss plans to shut it down. It follows North Korea test firing of short-range missiles yesterday. 2007-06-28, with context: IAEA, North Korea
An International Atomic Energy Agency team heads to North Korea to see if Pyongyang's nuclear reactor has been shut down. 2007-06-26, with context: IAEA, North Korea
Nuclear Weapons: Secretary of the Guardian Council Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati, a leading hardline Iranian cleric, calls for Iran to withdrawal from Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty because of the compliance protocols referred to by the International Atomic Energy Agency and not consent to unfettered inspections of its nuclear facilities. "The treaty has been denounced by a number of countries. Although Iran has inked the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, it is free to withdraw from it anytime". "North Korea withdrew from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. Many countries have not even signed it. It would have been better if Iran had not signed it." 2003-09-19, with context: IAEA, North Korea
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