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North Korea / Nuclear Test / A Discussion #1093857

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Seoul, South Korea: Paula Hancocks) The North Korean claims it carried out a successful hydrogen bomb test that is questioned by South Korea, how it will be difficult to verify the nuclear test discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with US_China Inst. at USC Mike Chinoy & Georgetown University professor Victor Cha about North Korea's nuclear weapons. [CHINOY - says this test is a significant step in North Korea's nuclear capabilities.] [CHA - says North Korea is not interested in engaging with anyone & wants to establish its nuclear capabilities; suggests sanctions could be mandated against China & North Korea.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Hancocks, Paula

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