N. Korea Nuclear Program U.N. nuclear inspectors kicked out of communist North Korea make a stop in China en route to the International Atomic Energy Agency headquarters in Vienna. The expulsions follow North Korea's move to revive a nuclear facility. Russia condemns the action, but China takes a more measured approach. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

China Cautious on N. Korea Nuclear News

China Cautious on N. Korea Nuclear News

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U.N. nuclear inspectors kicked out of communist North Korea make a stop in China en route to the International Atomic Energy Agency headquarters in Vienna. The expulsions follow North Korea's move to revive a nuclear facility. Russia condemns the action, but China takes a more measured approach. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

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