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Land Mines / Conference / South Korea #412980

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 01, 1997
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Meeting in Ottawa, Canada, to sign a landmark accord to ban land mines reported.

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The reasons why the United States will not sign the land mine treaty noted.

(Just south of the demilitarized zone: Sohn Jie-Ae) The support of the use of land mines in the Korean peninsula by the United States military in South Korea featured; scenes shown from near the demilitarized zone. [US-ROK combined force command General John TILELLI, United Nations command security battalion Major Jack Allen MAY, Army's Kevin MOONEY - explain why mines are needed along the border.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) CNN special report on land mines announced.

Sohn, Jie-Ae;
Shaw, Bernard;
Woodruff, Judy

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