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North Korea / Soccer Match / Missile Test #431471

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 12, 1999
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Pyongyang, North Korea: Mike Chinoy) The growing regional fear that North Korea will soon test a missile capable of reaching the United States featured; scenes shown from Pyongyang, North Korea, of a soccer match between North and South Korea; details given of the possibility that North Korea is open to a missile deal with the United States in return for economic and political concessions. The restrictions on reporting from North Korea, whether North Korea is more open than a year ago and the beginning of the economic recovery in North Korea discussed.

Reporter(s):
Chinoy, Mike;
Shaw, Bernard
Duration:
00:05:50

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