Sep 19, 2015

North Korea ‘close to miniaturizing nuclear warheads,’ South’s defence ministry says | National Post

North Korea has set up posts along its border with South Korea to be able to more quickly invade its neighbor, while also expanding its artillery and mechanized forces, according to South Korea’s...

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