Report: North Korea is back stocking fuel for atomic bombs

A new report from a think tank responsible for heavily analyzing everything North Korea is out. And that report, uh, has some interesting news.    Officials say that newly released satellite images from inside Pyongyang tell a horrifying story of one nuclear power plant, that, appears to actually hold much more than what one would normally.

Officials at 38 North say that the country is “harvesting”  plutonium and uranium both key components for atomic bombs and hydrogen weapons.   Korea has never confirmed nor denied reports that it may be attempting to build weapons, although, South Korea has confirmed numerous times in the past that such weapons exist in the hermit nation.

 

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