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North Korea-US-South Korea Relations / Nuclear Crisis / US Military #719075

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 08, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The nuclear nightmare in North Korea introduced.

(Seoul: Rebecca MacKinnon) The situation faced by the US troops stationed in South Korea featured; details given of the road accident in which two Korean teenagers were crushed by an Army vehicle; scenes shown of anti-American protests in Seoul. [Lt. Col. Stephen BOYLAN†- comments on being attacked.] [8th Army chief of staff Col. William IVEY†- comments on the incident.] [Army Maj. John KIM†- talks about the Korean perception of Americans.] The views of young Koreans quoted. [Assistant chief of staff Lt. Col. Paul FAMELI†- says the key is how we connect with the younger generation who did not have the Korean War experience.]

Brown, Aaron;
MacKinnon, Rebecca

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