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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.
(New York City: Jonathan Hunt) The ongoing efforts of the US to remove weapons of mass destruction from rogue nations featured; details given about a US ship that is on its way back from Libya carrying all known remaining nuclear weapons equipment from the country and Libya’s decision to sign a 1993 chemical weapons treaty; list of chemical weapons treaty holdouts cited.
- Folbaum, Rick;
- Hunt, Jonathan
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