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N. Korea's Nuclear Moves Worry Neighbors

As North Korea withdraws from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, nations around the world express dismay and concern. Neighboring South Korea and Japan are especially alarmed. The action also raises the stakes in the North's standoff with Washington. Hear from NPR's Eric Weiner and Ashton Carter of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

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