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North Korea / United States Helicopter Pilot / Hall's Release #597488

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 29, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Word of a deal with North Korea to release captured American helicopter pilot Bobby Hall reported.

(White House: Jim Miklaszewski) The timetable for the US-North Korea deal outlined; the wording of the agreement and Hall's so-called confession quoted and analyzed. [State Department spokesman Michael McCURRY - says Hall will be returned.] President Clinton noted calling Hall's family about the impending release.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Interview held with consultant Richard Haass about the US-Korean deal. [Carnegie Endowment HAASS - sums up the implications of the agreement from US-Korean relations, including their nuclear agreement.] The "black box" nature of North Korea's government discussed.

Miklaszewski, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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