US: North Korea not expanding nuclear arsenal

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May 16, 2007 23:39

 
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The United States on Wednesday said it had seen no sign that North Korea had expanded its nuclear arsenal since the North missed a nuclear disarmament deadline more than a month ago. State Department spokesman Tom Casey told reporters that, "as far as I know, we don't have any indication that they have made advances in their nuclear program during this period." Casey said it appeared the North was still committed to disarming.

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