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New Evidence Points to N. Korean Nuclear Activity

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New Evidence Points to N. Korean Nuclear Activity

New Evidence Points to N. Korean Nuclear Activity

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U.S. officials say satellite intelligence hints that North Korea might be reviving its nuclear weapons program that was frozen in 1994. Intelligence officials say the North may already have atomic bombs from earlier projects. The Bush administration continues to push diplomacy in an effort to stop new arms development. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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