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US Secretary State Mike Pompeo told Congress in July that North Korea was continuing to produce fuel for nuclear bombs in spite of its pledge to denuclearize.
Another US official also dismissed the report, calling it "speculative at best."
"It would be wonderful, a dream would be that no country would have nukes, but if countries are going to have nukes, we’re going to be at the top of the pack," Trump said.
Look for Iran to haggle hard over plutonium reduction but offer a “historic” compromise late in the game, accepting the world powers’ position in exchange for maintaining more centrifuges.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Tehran believes this week's talks with major powers will see drafting of final deal begin; US official says drafting likely to begin in May.
Harf says "riskier" options will be unavoidable if current diplomatic efforts fail.
By Michael Wilner
IAEA inspectors have the right to visit every part of the “Palestinian state” and check the safety of radioactive materials, including uranium, which are currently being used for peaceful purposes.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Former Norwegian PM Bondevik referenced Israel and claimed that the main reason for “extremism is humiliation, and occupation can create the feeling of humiliation.”
Iran was reportedly at the top of the British officials list of suspected nuclear technology co-conspirators with North Korea, while Russia was also high on the list.
That Israel is more secretive is not surprising in light of its unique policy of possessing 80-200 nuclear weapons – according to foreign sources – but without ever formally declaring it.
With tensions increasing between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, concern mounts over international spillover.
On September 22, 1979 an American spy satellite "Vela" registered a powerful flash over the Indian Ocean, several hundred miles off the coast of South Africa.
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and defense minister Ehud Barak were pushing ahead with their plans to attack Iran."
By STEVE LINDE
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