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South-North Korea Relations / Nuclear Weapons #583422

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 05, 1992
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(Studio: Katherine Couric) Report introduced.

(Seoul, South Korea: Arthur Kent) Efforts between North and South Korea to reach a true peace treaty examined; scenes shown; details given of issue of North Korean President Kim Il Sung's drive to develop nuclear weapons; satellite photos and Pentagon rendering of North Korean nuclear plants shown. [Korea University political scientist professor HAN Sung-Joo - describes the nuclear capabilities.] The status of the uneasy truce along the demilitarized zone reviewed; details given of President Bush's suspension of reduction of United States troops here in light of Kim's nuclear program.

Couric, Katherine;
Kent, Arthur

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