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Los Alamos National Lab #721657

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 13, 2003
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(Los Alamos & Albuquerque: Peter Jennings) A visit to Los Alamos National Lab, where the first nuclear bomb was tested almost 60 years ago, presented; scenes shown of & from inside the weapons-driven lab. [Non-proliferation & international security head Terry HAWKINS - talks about the lab's making of nuclear devices while his division keeps other countries from making devices.] [Lab director George NANOS†- says the most difficult thing is getting nuclear material; states we trained the U.N. weapons inspectors & they will find nuclear material if it is there; asserts the danger of a nuclear bomb is getting greater.]

Jennings, Peter

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