UN inspectors go to N Korea

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UN inspectors left for North Korea yesterday after Pyongyang said it had started a controversial replacement of reactor fuel rods, the International Atomic Energy Agency said, AFP reports from Vienna.

The IAEA spokesman, David Kyd, warned that if refuelling had started, it would be a 'grave violation' of agreements between the agency and North Korea on inspections at the Yongbyon site, about 60 miles north of Pyongyang.