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North Korea-US Relations / Nuclear Threat #721531

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 12, 2003
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(Kuwait City: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) The public revelation that North Korea might have a long-range missile capable of reaching the West Coast featured. [Before Congress, in response to question from Senator Evan Bayh, CIA director George TENET - says North Korea could reach the US with a plutonium-based device.] International Atomic Energy Agency declaration that North Korea has violated its non-proliferation agreement noted. [IAEA director/general Mohamed el-BARADEI†- comments.] [Albright Group Wendy SHERMAN†- outlines North Korea's threat of war.]

(Kuwait City: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: David Ensor) Tenet's gloomy prognosis about North Korea, nuclear weapons in other nations, the threat of war with Iraq & Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden††'s latest tape reviewed. Prior report on North Korea's missile capabilities & the aim of the bin Laden tape toward the Muslim world discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Blitzer, Wolf;
Ensor, David

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