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VIENNA (Reuter) - Experts of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) arrived in North Korea to begin a long-delayed inspection of nuclear sites. 'We had a brief call from Pyongyang to say they had arrived,' David Kyd, an IAEA spokesman, said. Mr Kyd said the team of six from four countries would probably fly to Yongbyon today to begin work at the main facilities they are due to examine. North Korea, which denies Western allegations that it is secretly developing nuclear weapons, agreed last week to permit IAEA inspection of its seven declared nuclear sites.