Kim Jong-un calls for diplomacy with South Korea, but remains defiant against U.S.

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North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un offered both a carrot and a stick in his annual New Year's Day address, suggesting Pyongyang might send athletes to next month's winter Olympics and might be open to talks with the South. But he was defiant too, brandishing his nuclear arsenal and scolding the U.S. CBC's Paul Hunter unravels the mixed messages

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