North Korea Nuclear Move North Korea says it is disabling U.N. surveillance cameras at a nuclear plant that it plans to reopen. Experts say the plutonium plant -- shut down in 1994 by agreement with the United States -- could develop fuel for bombs within months. Hear from NPR's Liane Hansen and NPR's Eric Weiner.

N. Korea Move Stokes Nuclear Arms Fears

N. Korea Move Stokes Nuclear Arms Fears

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North Korea says it is disabling U.N. surveillance cameras at a nuclear plant that it plans to reopen. Experts say the plutonium plant — shut down in 1994 by agreement with the United States — could develop fuel for bombs within months. Hear from NPR's Liane Hansen and NPR's Eric Weiner.