U.S. Officials Tie N. Korea to Syrian Nuclear Site U.S. intelligence officials say they have evidence that Syria was getting help from North Korea in building a nuclear reactor. The suspected site was bombed by Israeli war planes last year. Intelligence officials brief members of Congress about the facility Thursday.
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U.S. Officials Tie N. Korea to Syrian Nuclear Site

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U.S. Officials Tie N. Korea to Syrian Nuclear Site

U.S. Officials Tie N. Korea to Syrian Nuclear Site

U.S. Officials Tie N. Korea to Syrian Nuclear Site

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U.S. intelligence officials say they have evidence that Syria was getting help from North Korea in building a nuclear reactor. The suspected site was bombed by Israeli war planes last year. CIA Director Michael Hayden and other intelligence officials brief members of Congress about the facility Thursday.