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1. US, Russia hold 'professional' arms talks despite tensions -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior diplomats from the United States and Russia held what the State Department described as "substantive and professional" talks on arms control and other strategic issues on Wednesday despite myriad other differences that have sent relations into a tailspin.

2. White House rejects Putin response to US arms control offer -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Friday rejected as "a non-starter" Russia's stance that a key nuclear arms control treaty be extended without imposing a broader, short-term freeze on U.S. and Russian nuclear weapons.

3. Trump shifts to authorize wider US military use of landmines -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday canceled an Obama-era prohibition on the use of anti-personnel landmines outside of the Korean peninsula.

A White House statement said the new U.S. policy authorizes military commanders, "in exceptional circumstances," to use landmines designed to reduce unintended harm to civilians. President Barack Obama in 2014 had prohibited the use of landmines except in defense of South Korea.

4. Experts see risks in US plan to dismantle NKorea's nukes -

WASHINGTON (AP) — As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo prepares to travel this week to North Korea, experts cautioned that the Trump administration's plan to dismantle the North's nuclear weapons and missiles in a year is both unrealistic and risky.