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  • N. Korea: Experts warn of 'Chernobyl' risk at Yongbyon nuclear plant

    02/05/2014 2:57:25 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 12 replies
    IHS Jane's Defence Weekly ^ | 26 January 2014 | Sebastien Falletti
    Experts warn of 'Chernobyl' risk at Yongbyon nuclear plant Sebastien Falletti, Seoul - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly 26 January 2014 North Korea's decision to restart its 5 megawatt electric (MWe) reactor at the Yongbyon nuclear scientific research complex threatens Northeast Asia with a disaster potentially worse than Chernobyl, according to nuclear experts. "This reactor comes from another world. The Yongbyon site has a concentration of so many nuclear facilities that if there was a fire in one building it could lead to a disaster worse than the Ukrainian one," said Seo Kyun Reul, a professor at the nucleonic department of...
  • North Korea May Be Making Fuel for a Nuclear Reactor and It's No Joke

    12/24/2013 7:03:40 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 17 replies
    Atlantic Wire ^ | 12/24/13 | Danielle Wiener-Bronner
    North Korea May Be Making Fuel for a Nuclear Reactor and It's No Joke The Atlantic Wire By Danielle Wiener-Bronner The U.S.-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University reported today that North Korea may be making good on promises to develop nuclear arms, by producing fuel rods necessary for a plutonium reactor and, therefore, to operate nuclear facilities. According to the institute, this marks a major development in the hermit nation's quest for nuclear weapons: Commercial satellite imagery has identified facilities at the Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center that may produce fuel for North Korea’s recently restarted 5 MW plutonium production...
  • Russian diplomat warns that North Korea faces 'man-made disaster'..restarted ageing nuclear reactor

    09/14/2013 1:30:38 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 20 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 12 September 2013 | Sophie Jane Evans
    Russian diplomat warns that North Korea faces 'man-made disaster' after satellite images show it has restarted ageing nuclear reactor The Yongbyon nuclear facility in North Korea was closed in 2007 under the terms of a disarmament agreement Its five megawatt reactor can produce plutonium for weapons and bombs New satellite images have captured steam rising from the complex This suggests the nuclear reactor has been restarted, according to a U.S. research institute By Sophie Jane Evans PUBLISHED: 10:26 GMT, 12 September 2013 | UPDATED: 00:54 GMT, 13 September 2013 ....................................... But a senior Russian diplomat has claimed that the outdated...
  • Bombing the Syrian Reactor: The Untold Story

    02/23/2013 8:09:08 PM PST · by neverdem · 60 replies
    Commentary ^ | February 2013 | Elliott Abrams
    As the civil war in Syria enters its third year, there is much discussion of the regimeÂ’s chemical weapons and whether SyriaÂ’s Bashar al-Assad will unleash them against Syrian rebels, or whether a power vacuum after AssadÂ’s fall might make those horrific tools available to the highest bidder. The conversation centers on SyriaÂ’s chemical weaponry, not on something vastly more serious: its nuclear weaponry. It well might have. This is the inside story of why it does not. Relations between the United States and Israel had grown rocky after IsraelÂ’s incursion into Lebanon in 2006, for Secretary of State Condoleezza...
  • N.Korea's Nuclear Facilities 'a Disaster in the Making'

    04/19/2011 5:52:20 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 10 replies
    Chosun Ilbo ^ | 04/19/11
    N.Korea's Nuclear Facilities 'a Disaster in the Making' North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is using nuclear weapons development to maintain his firm grip on power, but a compilation of North Korean state media reports the Unification Ministry has gathered since June 2000, the reclusive leader has never visited the main Yongbyon nuclear complex. Experts say this is unusual given that Kim has undertaken more than 100 of his so-called on-the-spot guidance tours this year alone, to anything from shoe factories to military units. One theory is that the site is simply too dangerous. Yongbyon "is such a 'sensitive' location that...
  • North Korea seeks to develop smaller nuclear warheads

    11/02/2010 11:37:09 PM PDT · by ErnstStavroBlofeld
    Defense Talk ^ | 11/3/2010 | Defense Talk
    North Korea is trying to develop small nuclear weapons that can be delivered by missiles or aircraft, South Korea's defence minister said Tuesday. Kim Tae-Young told lawmakers the North is "constantly seeking to make its nuclear weapons smaller" for possible future delivery by ballistic missiles or bombers. Kim said the North is also believed to have 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of bomb-making plutonium, slightly less than previous estimates by the United States. He said it is "quite possible" that Pyongyang is also building nuclear weapons through uranium enrichment in addition to its plutonium operation. "The more you test the weapons,...
  • Its' never been done before.

    10/09/2009 11:08:27 AM PDT · by mapmaker77 · 1 replies · 329+ views
    rediculousness | 9OCT'09 | mapmaker77
    In a stunning final round performance, zero outdistanced dear leader, kim jong il, to win the yongbyon masters at the beautiful championship course surrounding the partially shuttered plutonium reprocessing facility. After having his opening drive shot down, and losing 2 balls in the sludge pond, zero got himself together and posted an incredible 29 under par 43 to win by 3 shots over dear leader. Such mastery!, such control!, gushed both Katie Couric and Brian Williams in describing what they had just witnessed.
  • North Korea says it suspended nuclear disablement

    08/26/2008 12:21:21 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 12 replies · 336+ views
    Yonhap.com (excerpt) ^ | August 26, 2008
    Excerpt- SEOUL, Aug. 26 (Yonhap) -- North Korea on Tuesday said it has halted disablement of its nuclear power plants as Washington failed to remove it from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. The communist nation's Foreign Ministry said measures to halt the process were taken as of Aug. 14. ~ snip ~
  • NORTH KOREA SAYS IT HAS SHUT DOWN YONGBYON NUCLEAR REACTOR-US STATE DEPARTMENT

    07/14/2007 10:58:29 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 90 replies · 13,737+ views
    Reuters (excerpt) ^ | July 14, 2007
    NORTH KOREA SAYS IT HAS SHUT DOWN YONGBYON NUCLEAR REACTOR-US STATE DEPARTMENT
  • North Korea plans to seal nuclear reactor in second half of July -source

    06/17/2007 11:23:43 PM PDT · by HAL9000 · 7 replies · 832+ views
    Interfax.com ^ | June 18, 2007
    BEIJING. June 18 (Interfax) - North Korea will be able to freeze and seal the Yongbyon nuclear rector in the second half of July 2007, a North Korean diplomatic source told Interfax on Monday. "In the estimate of our experts, the reactor's technical freezing will take about a month, so we hope to seal it, as required by the agreements reached at the six-party talks, in the second half of July 2007," the source said.
  • [N. Korea]Hwang: “Nuclear Facility in Yongbyon Has Been Unnecessary for 10 Years”

    02/21/2007 6:52:26 AM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 5 replies · 429+ views
    Donga Ilbo ^ | 02/21/07
    Hwang: “Nuclear Facility in Yongbyon Has Been Unnecessary for 10 Years” FEBRUARY 21, 2007 07:10 Hwang Jang-yop, the former secretary of the North Korean Workers Party in charge of international affairs, disclosed in a Freedom North Korea Broadcast on February 19 that the nuclear facility in Yongbyon, which North Korea promised to shut down in exchange for one million tons of oil, was in fact already deemed unnecessary 10 years ago. The former secretary Hwang said, “In fact, I heard the plutonium (extracted) with a graphite reactor is unusable directly from the secretary of munitions manufacture. Before that, they had...
  • North Korea 'Ready to Suspend Nuclear Activities'

    01/21/2007 10:02:00 PM PST · by HAL9000 · 22 replies · 1,209+ views
    The Chosun Ilbo ^ | January 22, 2007
    North Korea has reportedly agreed to halt nuclear activities including operations at a reactor in Yongbyon, and allow on-site monitoring by the International Atomic Energy Agency as the first steps to abandoning its nuclear program. The agreement came during a meeting of the chief nuclear negotiators of the U.S. and North Korea that ended Friday in Berlin, sources said. According to diplomatic sources in Seoul and Beijing, North Korea’s top nuclear envoy Kim Kye-gwan told his U.S. counterpart Christopher Hill that North Korea will yield in return for economic and energy aid from the U.S. and assurances that the...
  • Scholar says North Korea to unload fuel rods at nuclear reactor within 3 months

    09/23/2006 9:07:11 AM PDT · by jdm · 14 replies · 339+ views
    AP via Sign On San Diego ^ | Sept 23, 2006 | Alexa Olesen
    BEIJING – North Korea is planning to unload fuel rods at its Yongbyon reactor within the next three months in what would be a significant boost to its nuclear weapons capability, an American scholar said Saturday. During a meeting this past week in Pyongyang, Selig Harrison said that North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan told him that the communist nation would unload the rods “beginning this fall, and no later than the end of the year.” Removing the fuel rods is “a significant new development because it underlines that North Korea is enhancing its weapons capability,” Harrison, director...
  • NK Missile Warhead Found in Alaska (2003 article)

    08/22/2006 1:06:58 AM PDT · by PghBaldy · 11 replies · 1,026+ views
    Korea Times ^ | 03-04-2003 | Ryu Jin
    The warhead of a long-range missile test-fired by North Korea was found in the U.S. state of Alaska, a report to the National Assembly revealed yesterday. ``According to a U.S. document, the last piece of a missile warhead fired by North Korea was found in Alaska,¡¯¡¯ former Japanese foreign minister Taro Nakayama was quoted as saying in the report. ``Washington, as well as Tokyo, has so far underrated Pyongyang¡¯s missile capabilities.¡¯¡¯
  • North Korea - Yongbyon satellite photos indicate reactor is in operation

    05/13/2006 5:39:17 PM PDT · by HAL9000 · 18 replies · 623+ views
    WASHINGTON, May 13 (Yonhap) -- Satellite images indicate activity at a North Korean nuclear reactor suspected of producing weapons-grade material, according to an online security organization on Saturday. Four satellite photos of the five-megawatt reactor in Yongbyon, North Korea, taken on Jan. 5 this year show vehicles and containers near the main building that were absent in images taken on March 5, 2003. The photos appear on the web site of Global Security (GlobalSecurity.Org), an Internet organization providing background information on defense, space and intelligence since it was launched in 2000. The Yongbyon reactor, claimed by North Koreans to...
  • North Korea fired up Yongbyon reactor ahead of 6-way talks: Asahi

    08/21/2005 3:16:51 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 3 replies · 316+ views
    TOKYO, Aug. 21 (Yonhap) -- North Korea began operating its nuclear reactor just before the fourth round of six-party talks on ending the North's nuclear weapons ambitions started in late July, Japan's Asahi Shimbun reported Sunday. In a dispatch from Washington, Asahi said North Korea resumed operations at its 5,000-kilowatt nuclear plant in Yongbyon in July, merely months after it announced that activities at the plant had been suspended in order to remove spent fuel rods out of it for reprocessing. Asahi quoted U.S. officials as saying that intelligence satellites had detected water vapor being released from the plant's...
  • Report: North Korea resumes building nuclear reactors

    06/30/2005 7:26:41 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 3 replies · 306+ views
    Associated Press | June 30, 2005
    North Korea has resumed the construction of two nuclear reactors suspended under a 1994 agreement with the United States, a Japanese newspaper reported Thursday. North Korea restarted building a 50,000-kilowatt reactor in Yongbyon and a 200,000-kilowatt reactor in Thaechon _ both are plutonium-producing graphite-based _ Japanese economic daily Nihon Keizai said, quoting unidentified U.S. government and other sources. Japan's Foreign Ministry said it couldn't confirm the report. North Korea had suspended the construction of the two reactors under the 1994 deal in exchange for energy aid and two light-water reactors that are less likely to be used in nuclear...
  • N. Korea: US might find Pyongyang strike 'tempting'

    05/20/2005 8:52:40 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 28 replies · 805+ views
    The Age (Australia) ^ | 05/21/05 | Hamish McDonald
    US might find Pyongyang strike 'tempting' By Hamish McDonaldBeijingMay 21, 2005   South Korean electronics giant Samsung has launched a unilateral initiative to improve relations with the North. It has signed North Korean dancer Cho Myong-ae to promote its mobile phones. Cho will be the first North Korean to appear in an advertisement in the South.Photo: Reuters A nuclear arms control expert has warned that the United States might be tempted to carry out a strike on the reactor that is North Korea's source of bomb-making plutonium.The warning comes as North Korean moves suggest it may soon carry out a nuclear...
  • North Korea says it has completed removing nuclear fuel rods from reactor

    05/11/2005 2:42:43 AM PDT · by HAL9000 · 19 replies · 430+ views
    Associated Press | May 11, 2005
    North Korea said Wednesday it had completed removing spent nuclear fuel rods from a reactor at its main nuclear complex. A North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman said they had "successfully completed" removing 8,000 fuel rods from the reactor at Yongbyon, in a statement carried by the North's official Korean Central News Agency. Removing the rods would allow the North to reprocess them to extract weapons-grade plutonium. But the North didn't say Wednesday it would take such a step.
  • Hints of secret nuke plant in North Korea

    03/05/2005 9:59:31 PM PST · by HAL9000 · 13 replies · 565+ views
    The Asahi Shumbun (Japan) ^ | March 3, 2005 | NOBUYOSHI SAKAJIRI
    U.S. reconnaissance aircraft detect krypton 85 in the atmosphere near the country. WASHINGTON--U.S. spy planes flying near North Korea have detected traces of a radioactive gas emitted during the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel rods, which could be a possible sign of a secret nuclear facility, sources here said. U.S. intelligence analysts are still trying to determine the significance of finding krypton 85, a radioactive isotope that is a byproduct of reprocessing nuclear fuel rods to extract plutonium, in the atmosphere near North Korea last December. Krypton 85 was also detected in July 2003 when North Korea announced it...
  • North Korea says time is not on U.S. side in nuclear dispute

    01/15/2004 4:58:15 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 28 replies · 203+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 1/15/04 | George Gedda - AP
    WASHINGTON (AP) - North Korean officials told an American expert on Korea that they see no urgency in ending the impasse over its nuclear weapons programs because delays will give the country more time to expand its nuclear arsenal. Charles Pritchard, a former State Department official, met with the North Koreans last week as part of a private visit that included a trip with American colleagues to the country's main nuclear site at Yongbyon, north of Pyongyang. Pritchard said he was told by North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan: "Time is not on the U.S. side. Lapses of...
  • Pyongyang shows 'nuclear deterrent' to US visitors

    01/10/2004 7:07:13 AM PST · by witnesstothefall · 3 replies · 112+ views
    Straits Times ^ | 1/10/04
    SEOUL -- North Korea said on Saturday that it showed its 'nuclear deterrent' to an unofficial US delegation that visited the communist country's disputed Yongbyon nuclear facility. Members of the delegation, which included John W. Lewis, a Stanford University professor emeritus of international relations, said on Saturday they saw the nuclear facility but couldn't give details until information about their trip is reported to Washington. The visit came amid efforts to arrange a new round of six-nation talks on ending a standoff over the North's suspected nuclear weapons program, which Pyongyang says is necessary to defend the country against a...
  • US delegation visits North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear facility

    01/09/2004 8:15:24 PM PST · by HAL9000 · 4 replies · 119+ views
    Agence France-Presse | January 10, 2003
    Members of a US delegation that visited North Korea said here Saturday that North Korean officials had allowed them to visit the secretive Yongbyon nuclear facility and had "honoured" all their requests. "We did go to Yongbyon," Stanford University scholar John Lewis said at Beijing airport on his return from a five-day trip to North Korea. "We were invited by the foreign ministry. We sent them a list of all our requests and they honoured all of those requests and we made additional ones, they honoured all of those," he said. Lewis and another member of his delegation, nuclear...
  • N. Korea to Let U.S. Experts See Nuke Site

    N. Korea to Let U.S. Experts See Nuke Site 2 minutes ago BY SANG-HUN CHOE, Associated Press Writer SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea (news - web sites) has agreed to allow a U.S. delegation to visit its main nuclear complex next week, a South Korean official said Friday. The trip would mark the first time outsiders have been allowed to inspect North Korea's main nuclear facilities at Yongbyon, north of Pyongyang, since the communist country expelled U.N. nuclear monitors in late 2002. USA Today first reported Friday that Washington approved the trip and it was scheduled for Jan. 6-10....
  • North Korea says all 8,000 spent nuclear fuel rods processed - Using plutonium to make bombs.

    10/01/2003 11:18:31 PM PDT · by HAL9000 · 34 replies · 312+ views
    APNewsAlert | October 2, 2003
    AP News Alert SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- North Korea says it has processed all of its 8,000 spent nuclear fuel rods and is using plutonium to make bombs. Copyright 2003 Associated Press. All rights reserved. MORE
  • N. Korea: Shutdown of Nuclear Complex Deepens North Korean Mystery

    09/12/2003 11:42:56 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 6 replies · 168+ views
    NYT ^ | September 13, 2003 | DOUGLAS JEHL
    Shutdown of Nuclear Complex Deepens North Korean Mystery By DOUGLAS JEHL WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 — American intelligence agencies are puzzling over evidence that North Korea has halted operations at its nuclear complex in Yongbyon, according to senior United States officials. The Yongbyon site is the only one in North Korea known to produce plutonium that can be used in nuclear weapons. The American officials said there was a debate among intelligence officials about whether the shutdown, which some described as fairly recent, reflects a technical problem, a goodwill gesture by the North, or a shift to another site. The uncertainty...
  • (Here We Go AGAIN!!) Liberal Suggests 'Human Shields' Protect North Korean Nuke Facilities

    04/25/2003 12:03:38 PM PDT · by AmericanInTokyo · 64 replies · 345+ views
    The Nautilus Institute ^ | March 2003 | KIM, Seung Kuk (in English)
    Title: "Let's Send Human Shields of Anti-War and Peace to North Korea: Proposal to Peace Activists and NGOs of South Korea, The U.S. and Japan" By Kim Seung-kuk Chairperson of the Solidarity of Korea Reunification Peace Committee British Prime Minister Tony Blair has publicly said that North Korea will be the next target for the U.S. military attack. North Korea is on the top of the countries targeted in the "war program" pushed by the United States with the help of Britain and Japan. That is why the establishment of peace and reunification has been delayed in the Korean...
  • North Korea threatens to attack US! (Using ICBM to hit US West Coast!)

    03/13/2003 2:10:09 PM PST · by vannrox · 85 replies · 734+ views
    The Age - Australia ^ | 3-8-2003 | By Shane Green
    North Korea threatens to attack US By Shane GreenTokyo March 8 2003 North Korea would launch a ballistic missile attack on the United States if Washington made a pre-emptive strike against the communist state's nuclear plant, the man described as Pyongyang's "unofficial spokesman" said yesterday. Kim Myong-chol, who has links to the Stalinist regime, told foreign reporters in Tokyo that a US strike on the nuclear plant at Yongbyon "means nuclear war"."If American forces carry out a pre-emptive strike on the Yongbyon facility, North Korea will immediately target, carry the war to the US mainland," he said, claiming that New York,...
  • Freeper N. Korea Alert: Satellite Photos Showing White Smoke From Yongbyon Nuke Plant (TBS-TV Japan)

    02/13/2003 2:43:38 PM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 29 replies · 1,088+ views
    TBS TV, Japan (in Japanese) ^ | 14 February 2003 | TBS-TV Network, Tokyo (in Japanese)
    Satellite photograph taken 15 January 2003 of Yongbyon Nuclear Power Plant, North Korea (White smoke from facility in the "Radiation Sciences Research Laboratory" (in Japanese: hosha kagaku kenkyusho") at Yongbyon
  • Huge Pro-US Rally In Seoul, S. Korea Planned for 3/1/03: One Million Attendees Projected

    02/10/2003 11:52:01 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 14 replies · 316+ views
    Choson Ilbo Daily Newspaper in Seoul (English Version) ^ | 10 February 2003 | Choson Ilbo Newspaper in Seoul
    Huge Pro-USA Rally to Be Held March 1 in Seoul, South Korea by Choi Hyung-seok (cogito@chosun.com) The organizing committee for the 'March 1 People's Rally' held a press conference Monday and announced that they will hold an "Anti-nuclear, Anti-Kim (Jong il), Free Unification" rally on March 1 in front of City Hall in Seoul with one million participants. The committee consists of 33 representatives including former Prime Minister Kang Young-hun, Korea-United States Friendship Association chairman Park Keun, and Korean Veterans’ Association chairman Lee Sang-hoon. They declared that the current administration gave Kim Jong Il billions of dollars in secret...
  • 24 U.S. Bombers Are Added to North Korea Alert (NY Times)

    02/04/2003 9:17:28 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 39 replies · 274+ views
    New York Times (through Contra Costa link) ^ | 4 February 2003 | David Sanger, New York Times
    <p>WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has put 24 long-range bombers on alert for possible deployment within range of North Korea to deter "opportunism" while Washington is focused on Iraq, and to give President Bush military options if diplomacy fails to halt North Korea's effort to produce nuclear weapons, officials said Monday.</p>
  • Removal of Rods @ Nuke Plant Touches Off Increase of US Forces Near Korean Peninsula (Developing)

    02/03/2003 2:59:45 PM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 128 replies · 585+ views
    [Images from S. Korean TV last night] News agencies throughout Asia are reporting this morning (afternoon/pm Monday US Time) of the incremental building of US Pacific Command military forces in and around the Korean Peninsula.SBS-TV from Seoul, South Korea confirms the Pentagon move to fortress up more US forces around the area including one US aircraft carrier, increased mobilization of F-15s and B-1/B-52 bombers (with support from US Forces Japan and increasing force in Guam of long range bombers), cancellation of transfer orders from Korea, increasing by nearly 3000 US Airforce personnel. (Moderator note: Open Source Info). Top story...
  • Showcase: Very Recent Anti-US Propaganda Posters From North Korea Threatening War (BARF ALERT!)

    01/31/2003 12:46:08 PM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 67 replies · 781+ views
    www.news.yahoo.com ^ | 1 February 2003 | AmericanInTokyo
  • (Urgent) N.Korea's Bold Move To Produce (6) Nukes Highlighted Today on S. Korean TV (Link to Video)

    01/31/2003 9:04:38 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 45 replies · 697+ views
    YTN TV, Seoul, Korea (w/video link) ^ | 31 January 2003 | YTN TV, Seoul, Korea (w/video link)
    YTN-TV, one of the major South Korean TV networks (and all South Korean TV stations tonight, along with South Korean daily press on the web) have done urgent, top stories on the The New York Times report today that indicate United States intelligence espionage satellites have picked up the movement of many North Korean trucks at Yongbyon, North Korea (nuclear processing facility) pointing to the removal and transfer (to where? for what purpose?) of nearly 8,000 nuclear fuel rods for possible plutonium reprocessing in an effort to produce up to nearly SIX nuclear weapons. The other intent discussed is...
  • Clinton Ignored Kim Jong-il's Nukes

    01/06/2003 1:42:17 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 7 replies · 303+ views
    www.insightmag.com ^ | Jan. 6, 2003 | Scott Wheeler
    North Korea's expulsion of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the removal of IAEA monitoring devices and the startup of plutonium-producing operations at its Yongbyon nuclear facility have been cited by Bush administration critics as the result of allegedly bellicose rhetoric by President George W. Bush. But according to documents obtained by Insight, and confirmed by highly placed sources, North Korea already had operational nuclear devices in 1994 when the Clinton administration signed its controversial "oil-for-peace" agreement. Indeed, North Korea had no intention of abiding by the so-called "Agreed Framework" prohibiting it from developing nuclear weapons that it...
  • GOTTA SEE THIS-War Endur.Freedom 10/19/02-N.Korean U tx,Sungnam,Yongbyon,Kumho, Baghdad

    10/18/2002 1:39:03 PM PDT · by Diogenesis · 37 replies · 1,008+ views
    Reuters, AP, Yahoo, ITAR-TASS, INA | 10/19/02 | The Armies of Good against the Axis of Evil
    GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 10/19/02 - Kandahar, Tarnak Farm, Garmawak, Sulaymaniyah, Seyed Sadeq BREAKING: North Korean "Uranium" tests BREAKING: South Korean protests, Sungnam BREAKING: North Korea, Yongbyon nuclear plant BREAKING: Japan 5 North Korean captives freed after 24 years Busan, South Korea Kumho, Light Water Reactor Project BREAKING: Baghdad, Iraq, swearing in ceremony Technology in New York ========= South Korea ========= BREAKING - South Koreans this morning are reading in their newspapers that North Korea undertook a nuclear test in the last three months. This may be the reason for the admission of breaking the Agreement...