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Nightline #840483

ABC Special for Monday, Oct 09, 2006

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  • Taped segment with Martin Bashir (ABC), President George W. Bush, and North Korea Ambassador to the United Nations Pak Gil Yon re: reaction to today’s announcement by North Korea that it has conducted its first nuclear test.
  • Taped segment with Terry Moran (ABC), Bush, Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, former Chief UN Nuclear Weapons Inspector David Kay, Michael Green of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and unidentified others re: issues related to today’s announcement by North Korea that it has conducted its first nuclear test.
  • Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), Michael Levi of the Council on Foreign Relations, Columbia University Center for Korean Research Professor Charles Armstrong, and unidentified others, and a brief live discussion between Bashir and Mark Litke (ABC) re: the impact of North Korea’s nuclear test on the “Sunshine Policy” of South Korea in its relations with North Korea.
  • Taped excerpts of an interview by Moran with US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton re: US options in response to North Korea’s nuclear test.
  • Reporter(s):
    Harris, Dan
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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