North Korea will soon carry out a nuclear experiment, and Iranian scientists could be present at the explosion site, sources familiar with the issue told The Jerusalem Post
Iranian officials from the Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group observed a failed North Korean rocket launch on April 13, according to a report by the South Korean Yonhap news agency.
Although Seoul has neither confirmed nor denied the report, it believes that a delegation of a dozen Iranian scientists may have been technically involved in North Korea's failed long-range rocket launch, which North Korea said was a satellite launch.
Now, the Islamic Republic may be planning a presence at North Korea's upcoming third nuclear test as well.Read the full story here
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