North Korea Makes "significant" Nuclear Reactor Progress: Iaea

North Korea

VIENNA (Reuters) - North Korea has made significant progress in the construction of a light water atomic reactor over the past year, a U.N. watchdog report said, a facility that may extend Pyongyang's capacity to produce material for nuclear weapons.

Senh: Coming a day after a report that Iran has doubled their nuclear capacity, this is not good.

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