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North Korea-US Relations / Sanctions #188334

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 17, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Announcement by the White House of the easing of economic sanctions against North Korea reported; tenets of the agreement outlined on screen.

(Seoul: Mark Litke) North Korea's military threats despite the famine examined; details given of North Korea's recent aggressive action. [International relations professor JUNG Hoon Lee - says North Korea's blackmail has worked.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson; White House: John Cochran) The reaction in Washington to the "blackmail" deal with North Korea and why the cases of North Korea and Cuba are different discussed.

Cochran, John;
Gibson, Charles;
Litke, Mark

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