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posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 12:41 AM
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posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 12:58 AM
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abcnews.go.com...

hehe more North Korean news hot off the press

abcnews.go.com...

In its first reaction to the speech, North Korea said it "will never allow the U.S. to wantonly encroach upon the sovereignty and dignity of the (North) and destroy its system."




so it takes about 8k fuel rods to produce a few huh? lol what a waste of material


[Edited on 31-1-2003 by thehippiedude]

[Edited on 31-1-2003 by thehippiedude]



posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 01:21 AM
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1) " On Thursday, North Korea condemned a speech by Bush in which he called on Pyongyang to halt its nuclear weapons program. This was followed by an appeal from the North Korean envoy in China for international pressure on Washington to enter direct talks with Pyongyang over the nuclear impasse. "

In other words, giving us money or we don't stop our nuclear program.

2) "He said any such agreement would have to be ratified by U.S. lawmakers because President Bush is "not trustworthy." "

And the North-Koreans are trustworthy may be ? They are all communist liars !!! I hope that Bush will not give them anything !!!!!!!!!!!



posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 02:58 AM
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Someone needs to tell the North Koreans that Clinton and Carter have no pull in the US Govt anymore. No more deals with thugs....



posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 03:01 AM
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at MT69
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posted on Jan, 31 2003 @ 05:37 PM
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(CBS) North Korea may be making good on its threat to begin processing spent nuclear fuel rods into material that could be used in atomic weapons, according to a newspaper account of what American surveillance satellites have detected. The eye-in-the sky photographs are not conclusive, however.

The New York Times reports that satellites have picked up increased activity throughout the month at the North's Yongbyon plant, including trucks pulling up to the area where the spent rods are stored.

The space-based cameras cannot determine precisely what the trucks are doing, but it is possible they are moving the rods to a different location. That could be to hide the material or to reprocess it into bomb-grade plutonium.

"The North Koreans have to recognize what kind of signals they are sending here."

Robert Einhorn, former U.S. arms control official, to the Times

Story Link - www.cbsnews.com...




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