NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 01, 2005
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) North Korea's testing of a short-range missile noted.
(White House: Jeanne Ohm) The concerns about nuclear policy in North Korea & the direction of non-proliferation talks examined; scenes shown of the missile's flight. [White House chief of staff Andrew CARD- says the test is not a surprise.] [Former assistant Secretary of State Robert GALLUCCI- says the test adds more tension.] [Senator Chuck HAGEL - says it's a combustible occasion.] [President BUSH, Senator Hillary CLINTON - question Korean policy.]
(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The latest nuclear warning signs from Iran introduced.
(New York: Jonathan Alter) The concerns about Iran's nuclear policy for the explosive Middle East examined; details given of the discussion of the issue between Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon & both Bush & Russian President Vladimir Putin & the diplomatic option. [On Thursday, BUSH - says Putin understands the danger of an Iran with a nuclear weapon.] [Former Secretary of State Henry KISSINGER - says a big effort should be made to keep Iran from becoming nuclear; states there has to be US-Iran negotiations at some point.] [Former CIA Middle East analyst Judith YAPHE- outlines Israeli concerns about Iran going nuclear.] [NBC military analyst retired Col. Rick FRANCONA- outlines the problems.]
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