U.S. Tracking North Korean Nuclear Moves

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The Bush administration seeks to avert a nuclear crisis as North Korea proceeds with plans to restart a nuclear plant mothballed since 1994 by removing U.N. monitoring equipment. Secretary of State Colin Powell confers with Japan while the White House demands the equipment be restored. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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