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North Korean nuclear capacity growing: ICG

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posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 08:35 AM

There are new claims that North Korea has the capacity to build up to 10 nuclear weapons.

The International Crisis Group (ICG), one of the world's leading independent think tanks on international politics and security, says over the past two years North Korea has been stepping up development of its nuclear programs.

The ICG has just published a report which it says could lead to peace on the Korean Peninsula.

International Crisis Group

North Korea could now have as many as ten nuclear weapons. While six-party talks have continued without results in Beijing, North Korea has probably reprocessed its fuel rods and may have turned the plutonium into weapons. It almost certainly has enough bombs to deter an attack and still have some to sell to other states or even terrorist groups.

Could now have...almost certainly has...who really knows?


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