U.S. Claim on N. Korean Nuclear Shipment Questioned

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Earlier this year the Bush administration told China, South Korea and Japan that North Korea had sent nuclear materials to Libya. New reports suggest the processed uranium went first to Pakistan, then Libya. The dispute undermines efforts to get North Korea to the negotiating table.



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