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North Korea-US Relations / Nuclear Threat #1109556

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 17, 2017
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Martha Raddatz) The missile tests threat from North Korea aimed at the US featured; scenes shown of the military parade hosted by Kim Jong Un; details given about the missile test Failure. [North Korean Ambassador to U.N. KIM InRyong†- says nuclear war may break out.] [President TRUMP - says "Gotta behave."] [Former UK foreign secretary Sir Malcolm RIFKIND†- speculates cyber methods may have interrupted the test.] [In South Korea, Vice President Mike PENCE - says the era of strategic patience is over; suggests North Korea not test the president's resolve.] [At US base in South Korea, 621st Air Control Squadron Commander Lt. Col. James FIELDS†- talks about readying to fight.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says no red lines.] The message from the vice president to North Korea & China discussed.

(Studio: David Muir; studio: Stephen Ganyard) Whether North Korea can keep testing missiles once a week & the threat of a nuclear test discussed; map shown.

Muir, David;
Raddatz, Martha;
Ganyard, Stephen

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