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Japan / G-8 Summit / North Korea #897862

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 07, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The last G-8 summit for President Bush reported; scenes shown of Bush with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev in Toyako.

(Hokkaido, Japan: Jim Axelrod) The problematic relationship between Japan and North Korea examined; photos shown of the 13-year-old girl {Megumi Yokota†} who was among those kidnapped by the North Koreans decades ago and has become a powerful symbol of Japan's mistrust of North Korea. [June 26, BUSH - says the US will never forget the abduction of Japanese citizens by North Korea.] [Filmmaker Patty KIM†- says children were snatched off the streets.] [April 2006, BUSH - comments on Megumi.]

Couric, Katie;
Axelrod, Jim

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