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Thursday, June 15, 2000

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  • Korea Summit

    South Korean President Kim Dae-jung is back in Seoul today following his historic summit in Pyongyang with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il. The South Korean president called the landmark accord he signed with the North on easing five decades of tensions a success. Kim Jong-il accepted an invitation to a follow-up summit in Seoul

  • Downloading While Asian: The Case of Wen Ho Lee

    Asian American groups are stepping up their protests over the treatment of Wen Ho Lee, the former government scientist accused of mishandling nuclear secrets at Los Alamos. Lee has been held without bail in a New Mexico jail since Dec. 10, where his family says he is isolated from human contact for most of the day and night.

  • Nnsa, Los Alamos and Nuclear Safety

    Spurred by another security breach at the Los Alamos weapons lab, the Senate swiftly confirmed the No. 2 man at the CIA to head a new nuclear weapons agency within the Energy Department-the National Nuclear Security Administration or NNSA.