Skip to comments.North Korea 'is exporting nuclear technology'
Posted on 05/29/2010 11:49:49 AM PDT by RC one
International efforts to avert a full-blown crisis on the Korean peninsula were given greater urgency today after a leaked UN report claimed that North Korea is defying UN sanctions and using front companies to export nuclear and missile technology to Iran, Syria and Burma.
The report, by a panel that monitors sanctions imposed after Pyongyang conducted nuclear weapons tests in 2006 and 2009, said the regime was using shell companies and overseas criminal networks to export the technology.
The revelations came just hours before the Chinese premier, Wen Jiabao, arrived in South Korea for a three-day visit certain to be dominated by mounting tensions between Seoul and Pyongyang.
At a meeting today, Wen told the South Korean president Lee Myung-bak that China would not "harbour" anyone over the sinking of a South Korean warship in March, in which 46 soldiers died.
But he added that China has not yet concluded that North Korea was responsible. Pyongyang has denied involvement
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Going after domestic US talk show hosts.
Look at that. Nuclear control seems to work about as well as gun control.
Who could have predicted that?
I highly doubt North Korea could even build an X Box much less successfully do anything nuclear.
What's that groundhog's name up in Minnesota who is in the news every year coming out of hibernation? Something Sam. You must be his den mate.
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