Korean Politics North Korea's announcement that it is disabling U.N. monitoring devices at a plutonium plant raises new fears about the nation's nuclear arms intentions. But South Korea's newly elected president vows to persist in efforts to improve relations with the North. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

North Korean Move Drives Nuclear Fears

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North Korea's announcement that it is disabling U.N. monitoring devices at a plutonium plant raises new fears about the nation's nuclear arms intentions. But South Korea's newly elected president vows to persist in efforts to improve relations with the North. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.