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In Focus: Inside North Korea #985194

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 11, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) A rare look inside secretive North Korea with an invitation for CBS News to attend Communist Party ceremonies where leader Kim Jong Il introduced his son Kim Jong Un†† presented; satellite image and scenes from Pyongyang shown; U.N. report on North Korea’s sales of nuclear arms cited. [CBS News correspondent Jim AXELROD, cameraman Randy SCHMIDT†, Tokyo bureau chief Marsha COOKE†– comment on aspects of the trip, including the flight, the military parade, the focus on Kim Jong Il.] [CBS News national security correspondent David MARTIN - comments on concern that North Korea will sell a nuclear weapon and the threat to South Korea.] [CBS News national security analyst Juan ZARATE – says North Korea is a cancer on Asia; comments on opportunities to explore diplomacy.] [CBS News Beijing correspondent Celia HATTON†- comments on the relationship between North Korea and China.]
Couric, Katie

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