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SHOTLIST:

SOURCE - KRT - NO NORTH KOREA

Location - Date: Pyongyang, North Korea / February 12, 2013

1. Wide, North Korean news broadcast on big screen in Pyongyang

2. Mid. Pictures of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il

3. Mid. North Koreans cheering

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ASSOCIATED PRESS / AP CLIENTS ONLY

4. SOUNDBITE: Sung Kim / US Ambassador to South Korea(Transcript Below)

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SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESS / AP CLIENTS ONLY

Seoul, South Korea / February 12, 2013

5. Protester setting fire to North Korean flag

6. Close-up of burning North Korean flag with photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on poster reading (Korean) "United Nations attack North Korea immediately"

7. Close-up of a poster with Kim's photo being burnt

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SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESS / AP CLIENTS ONLY

Seoul, South Korea / February 12, 2013

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SOURCE: KRT / NO ACCESS NORTH KOREA

FILE: Sohae launch station, Northwest North Korea - 12 December 2012

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8 Various of rocket launch

9. Close-up of banners reading (Korean) "United Nations should strongly punish North Korea"

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

THE U-N SECURITY COUNCIL IS SET TO MEET TUESDAY MORNING, TO DISCUSS NORTH KOREA'S NUCLEAR TEST.

NORTH KOREA ANNOUNCED ON TUESDAY THAT IT HAD TESTED A NUCLEAR WEAPONS FOR A THIRD TIME.

THE ANNOUNCEMENT QUICKLY DREW CONDEMNATION FROM THE U-S, AND MANY OTHER NATIONS.

7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sung Kim, U.S. ambassador to South Korea:

"This is a very provocative act that undermines regional peace and stability and I think it will be critical for us to coordinate very closely with you and our colleagues in South Korea going forward."

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NORTH KOREA SAYS THE ATOMIC BOMB IT EXPLODED WAS SMALLER THAN THE ONES USED IN PREVIOUS TESTS.

THIS IS SAID TO BE AN IMPORTANT STEP TOWARDS BUILDING A NUCLEAR DEVICE SMALL ENOUGH TO FIT ONTO A MISSILE THAT COULD REACH THE UNITED STATES.

NORTH KOREA SAID THE TEST WAS CONDUCTED IN RESPONSE TO U-S HOSTILITY, AFTER ITS DECEMBER ROCKET LAUNCH LED TO INCREASED SANCTIONS ON THE ISOLATED COUNTRY.

JOHN BELMONT, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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