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(From China Daily)
SEOUL: The Republic of Korea's unification minister said yesterday he expected a second round of multilateral talks on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) nuclear programme to take place in late November or early December.
At an earlier lunch with reporters, Jeong Se-hyun said he had told the DPRK at separate North-South talks this month that Pyongyang should seek dialogue soon with the United States because "doves" in the Bush administration had the upper hand.
China hosted an inconclusive first round of talks in Beijing in late August with Japan, Russia, the DPRK, ROK and the United States. Last weekend, the DPRK …