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North Korea / Nuclear Surprise #980347

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 21, 2010
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(Studio: Bob Woodruff) Report introduced.

(White House: John Hendren) Revelations that North Korea has built an advanced nuclear complex featured; details given about concerns the facility could make uranium for nuclear weapons, the sanctions policy against the country and the option of negotiations. [In ABC interview, Stanford University/National Committee on North Korea co-chair expert Robert CARLIN†- says we were stunned to sees rows of centrifuges; calls this development alarming and surprising.] [Georgetown University professor Victor CHA†- says North Korea like to coerce the US via provocations.]

(Studio: Bob Woodruff, Christiane Amanpour) North Korea's modern technology under stiff US/U.N. sanctions and concerns about North Korea becoming more dangerous discussed. [On "This Week," Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Adm. Mike MULLENS†- comments on the nuclear weapons capability.]

Woodruff, Bob;
Hendren, John;
Christiane, Bob Woodruff,

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