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BEIJING (AP) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Il left China Friday after a secretive five-day visit that produced an affirmation of long-delayed nuclear disarmament talks but no firm dateline for rejoining that process.
Kim's armored train crossed the border back into North Korea midmorning after leaving Beijing Thursday following talks with Chinese leaders that touched on the six-nation denuclearization talks stalled since December 2008.
"Kim said that the DPRK will work with China to create favorable conditions for restarting the six-party talks," the Xinhua News Agency said in a report on his meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao.