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North Korea-US Relations / Nuclear Program #718989

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 07, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The agreement by President Bush to talk with North Korea about its nuclear weapons program reported; scenes shown of US, South Korean & Japanese diplomats linking arms.

(Seoul: Barry Petersen) North Korea’s threat of war if the US imposes sanctions featured; details given about South Korea’s trepidation over war and their “sunshine policy” of conciliation with the North; scenes shown from North Korea Television; map shown of North Korea’s missile range. [South Korea presidential advisor KIM Sang Woo†- says North Korea must not feel threatened by any country.]

Rather, Dan;
Petersen, Barry

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