North Korea opens doors to nuclear inspectors

The International Atomic Energy Agency confirmed on Monday, March 20 that North Korea has invited inspectors to return to the country in line with a deal it made with the United States last month. According to the deal, North Korea would suspend long-range missile tests and allow inspectors from the United Nations to enter the country in exchange for 240,000 tons of food aid. World leaders will gather in Seoul next week for the Nuclear Security Summit where raising issues of nuclear terrorism will be discussed.

Read more in the New York Times.

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