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Section: General News - North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has concluded a rare excursion outside his country to China. He expressed support for the eventual goal of nuclear disarmament, but his first-class treatment in China is an irritant to South Korean officials who suspect the North may have sunk one of its navy ships.
News reports say North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, who is believed to detest flying, crossed back into his country from China Friday aboard a specially armored train.
Mr. Kim spent four days in China, stopping in the port cities of Dalian and Tianjin in addition to visiting the capital, Beijing.
Chinese state media displayed images of Mr. …