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Nuclear Security / Summit #965111

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 11, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(White House: Rachel Martin) The summit gathering in Washington, DC, of world leaders to discuss nuclear security & the threat of nuclear attack previewed; details given about the president's goal for nuclear weapons & his one-on-one meetings with world leaders before the conference. [President OBAMA - cites the possibility of a terrorist organization obtaining a nuclear weapon.] [Nuclear Threat Initiative co-chair/CEO Sam NUNN†, former CIA agent Rolf MOWATT-LARSSEN†- say groups like Al Qaeda would like to make a weapon.] Iran's unveiling of new centrifuges noted. [On "This Week," Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - comments on Iran.]

Harris, Dan;
Martin, Rachel

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