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North Korea / Nuclear Showdown / Iran #908351

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 17, 2006
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(Tampa: Shepard Smith) North Korea's reactions to the U.N. sanctions and the new signs that they may conduct a second nuclear test noted. [White House spokesman Tony SNOW†- says the US and China are working together as “strategic partners.”]

(Washington: James Rosen) The international fallout over North Korea’s nuclear test reviewed; details given on Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill†’s trips to Asia. [HILL†- suggests a second nuclear test would further isolate North Korea.] [SNOW†- comments.]

(Tampa: Shepard Smith) The celebrations in North Korea of the 80th anniversary of the ruling party noted; scenes shown of the synchronized dances. The European Union’s support for limited sanctions against Iran for its nuclear program cited.

Smith, Shepard;
Rosen, James

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