Study: North Korea May Have Produced More Nuclear Bombs, But Threat Reduced
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 Just weeks prior to a planned second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam, a study says the rogue Asian nation has continued to produce bomb fuel while in denuclearization talks with the U.S., Reuters reported Tuesday. The study reveals North Korea may have produced enough fuel in the last year to power as many as seven nuclear weapons in its arsenal, the report said. In the report by Stanford University’s Center for International Security and Cooperation, researchers said North Korea’s weapons program probably poses less of a threat at this time than it did at the end of 2017 because of the country’s freeze in nuclear and missile testing,...
North Korea has continued to produce bomb fuel while in denuclearization talks with the United States and may have produced enough in the past year to add as many as seven nuclear weapons to its arsenal, according to a study released just weeks before a planned second summit between the North Korean...
President Donald Trump triggered rampant confusion among his own aides and administration officials when he said Friday he is withdrawing new sanctions aimed at North Korea that were just issued by his..
Credit: FOX 47 News Michigan Duration: 00:23Published
A Charlotte woman won't go to jail for allegedly killing a well-known pastor. In exchange for a guilty plea, Elizabeth Meinke is charged with reckless driving causing the death of 51-year-old Timothy..
Credit: FOX 47 News Michigan Duration: 02:01Published
Reuters reports U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday reversed North Korea sanctions imposed by the U.S. Treasury Department one day earlier. The White House said he withdrew the sanctions because he..
South Korean media, Chosun, reports that the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un could make an announcement on North Korea’s suspension on nuclear development and... FXstreet.com Also reported by •Reuters India •MENAFN.com •Reuters
Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga is on the wires now, via Reuters, making some comments in response to the earlier reports that cited *North Korea... FXstreet.com Also reported by •Reuters India