U.S. Rift on Israel Could Stall N. Korea Deal

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Conflicting opinions about last month's Israeli air strike in Syria have split the president's advisers into two camps and may jeopardize the administration's progress in negotiations with North Korea.

NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr weighs in on the possible repercussions.



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