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U.S., North Korea are in regular contact through back channel diplomacy

USATODAY.com Friday, 11 August 2017 ()
North Korea said Thursday it was developing plans to launch four medium-range ballistic missiles that would land 19 to 25 miles from Guam.
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News video: Report: US And North Korea 'Quietly Engaged In Back Channel Diplomacy'

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While tensions seem to grow between the US and North Korea by the day, the Associated Press or AP reported Friday that the two nations are "quietly engaged in back channel diplomacy."

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