N. Korea Nuclear Standoff Adding to a tense standoff centered on its nuclear ambitions, North Korea tells the United Nations it wants surveillance cameras removed from a nuclear plant it intends to reopen. China may be asked to play a diplomatic role in the evolving crisis. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.
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N. Korea Wants U.N. Cameras Pulled from Nuke Plant

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N. Korea Wants U.N. Cameras Pulled from Nuke Plant

N. Korea Wants U.N. Cameras Pulled from Nuke Plant

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Adding to a tense standoff centered on its nuclear ambitions, North Korea tells the United Nations it wants surveillance cameras removed from a nuclear plant it intends to reopen. China may be asked to play a diplomatic role in the evolving crisis. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.