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U.N. Nuclear Monitors to Leave North Korea

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U.N. Nuclear Monitors to Leave North Korea

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U.N. Nuclear Monitors to Leave North Korea

U.N. Nuclear Monitors to Leave North Korea

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North Korea inflames nuclear fears by ordering U.N. monitors out of the country. The Bush administration, busy elsewhere, watches warily. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and international relations expert Ellen Laipson, president of the Henry L. Stimson Center.

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