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North Korea / Missile Launch #877769

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 04, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) North Korea’s test launch of at least 5 missiles reviewed.

(White House: Bret Baier) The US reaction to North Korea’s tests featured; details given on assurances that there is no immediate danger and consultations on what is being called “provocative behavior” by North Korea; the implications of North Korea launching on Independence Day at the same time the space shuttle Discovery took off, and the attitude of President Bush’s administration and the U.N. discussed.

(New York City: Eric Shawn) US Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton consulting with other members of the U.N. Security Council on the situation reported; the diplomatic implications discussed.

Gallagher, Trace;
Baier, Bret;
Shawn, Eric

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