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North Korea-US-South Korea Relations / Nuclear Standoff #722564

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 2003
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(Studio: John Roberts) Secretary of State Colin Powell’s statement that North Korea has not restarted its nuclear weapons program reported.

(Seoul: Barry Petersen) Deteriorating relations between South Korea and the US as the North Korean crisis worsens featured; details given about the North’s firing of a missile and claims that a US spy plane is gathering data for war and about the South’s opposition to military action; scenes shown of Powell with the new president of South Korea. [POWELL – says you can’t remove an option that is available to you.]

Roberts, John;
Petersen, Barry

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