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North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il has told visiting Chinese envoys that he has no plans for any more nuclear tests, it has been reported.
His comments came shortly after China voiced optimism about talks aimed at bringing Pyongyang back into line after its nuclear test.
The October 9 test brought worldwide condemnation and UN sanctions aimed at choking North Korea's weapons programmes.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told a press conference in Beijing that North Korea's test was a "serious provocation" which posed an international security threat.
Source: No more nuke tests