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North Korea / Nuclear Weapons #789279

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 06, 2005
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The reaction of the U.N. & President Bush's administration to the latest nuclear threat from North Korea outlined.

(Studio: Brian Ross) Indications that North Korea is set to test a nuclear weapon examined; satellite photos shown; details given of the possibility Kim Jong Il is setting up an elaborate charade & of the dire implications of such a nuclear test. [Harvard University professor Graham ALLISON†- says the setup looks like the last Korean missile test; cites the risk of black market sales of nuclear material.] [Former CIA controlled risk group's Art BROWN†- says this would give Kim a legacy at home & abroad.] [International Atomic Energy Agency Mohamed El-BARADEI†- says this test would be a grave mistake with environmental implications.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Ross, Brian

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