North Korea has restarted work on ICBM production site, report says
Satellite imagery shows movement of cargo vehicles around a factory in Pyongyang that produced ICBMs capable of reaching the U.S. mainland
Satellite images suggest North Korea is not too keen on denuclearizing after all
"Improvements to the infrastructure at Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center are continuing at a rapid pace.”
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North Korea Says Its Nuclear Plant Is 'Operational' and It Could Attack US at 'Any Time'
This is the first acknowledgement since 2013 that the Yongbyon plant, which has been the source of fissile material used in the country's atomic weapons program, is operational.
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defense & security
No One Really Knows How Many Nukes North Korea Has
Estimates of the hermit kingdom's nuclear stockpile vary, but Chinese experts recently surpassed their Western colleagues' figures and raised alarm over the country's capability.
Satellite Images Indicate North Korea Could be Restarting Nuclear Operations
Analysts in the US say aerial pictures show possible new activity at Yongbyon nuclear weapons fuel reactor.