GENEVA (AP) -- A second day of closely watched talks between the United States and North Korea are due to begin, with the top U.S. envoy reporting some progress in narrowing differences over Pyongyang's nuclear program.
The U.S. delegation hosted North Korean representatives at the U.S. mission Monday, their second direct encounter in less than three months.
The Americans are visiting North Korea's mission Tuesday to meet the delegation headed by First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan.
Top U.S. envoy Stephen Bosworth told reporters Monday night the two sides "narrowed some differences" and all other long-standing issues were discussed.
Those include food aid to the North, separated families on the Korean peninsula and the remains of troops missing in action.