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S Korea's Moon sworn in, says willing to go to North

New president names new prime minister, head of National Intelligence Service

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Mr Moon said: "If needed I will fly to Washington immediately. I will also go to ... even Pyongyang in the right circumstances."

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SOUTH Korea's new president was sworn in on Wednesday, just a day after a landslide election victory, and immediately declared his willingness to visit Pyongyang amid high tensions with the nuclear-armed North.

Left-leaning Moon Jae-In, a former human rights lawyer, backs

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