U.N. Criticizes N. Korean Nuclear Move

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The United Nations says it deplores North Korea's decision over the weekend to remove U.N. surveillance cameras and other monitoring equipment from its nuclear facilities. The equipment was installed in 1994 to ensure North Korea would not use its large stockpile of plutonium to produce nuclear weapons. NPR's Eric Weiner reports.



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