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North Korea / Nuclear Test #907795

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The fallout over North Korea’s nuclear test noted. [White House spokesman Tony SNOW†- suggests that we may never know what occurred {in the underground blast}.]

(Seoul, South Korea: Jonathan Hunt) The reactions in South Korea and Japan featured; scenes shown of demonstrators burning a North Korean flag and of Japanese planes; details given on a North Korean official’s threat to send nuclear missiles at the US.

(Studio: Shepard Smith) The US rejection of one-on-one talks with North Korea noted.

(White House: Bret Baier) China’s agreement to support sanctions against North Korea featured; animated map shown. [Secretary of State Condoleezza RICE†- comments on China’s strong language about North Korea; rejects bilateral negotiations between the US and North Korea.] [Chinese U.N. ambassador WANG Guangya†- says there must be “punitive actions.”]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Senator John McCain’s criticism of former President Bill Clinton’s administrations’ tactics concerning North Korea cited. [McCAIN†- comments.]

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Hunt, Jonathan;
Baier, Bret
Duration:
00:05:30

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