U.S.-Soviet Arms Talks Resume

Associated Press

The United States and Soviet Union resumed arms control negotiations today in the middle of strained relations over the case of American journalist Nicholas Daniloff, charged with spying in Moscow.

Details of the first meeting, which opened the sixth round of talks since March, 1985, were not released. The talks, covering long-range arms, medium-range weapons and space weapons, had been in recess for three months. Today's session lasted nearly three hours.

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