N.Korea reveals modern enrichment facility

South Korean headlines:


North Korea has unveiled a large uranium-enrichment facility to a U.S. expert. Siegfried Hecker, a nuclear expert...at Stanford University... North Korean officials showed him the facility equipped with hundreds of centrifuges...sophisticated installation of centrifuges used to enrich uranium 235, an isotope of uranium making up a mere 0.7 percent of natural uranium, to more than 90 percent...facility was unknown to the U.S. and the International Atomic Energy Agency ...inspectors were expelled from the north in April 2009. ..."an ultra-modern control room." "The North Koreans claimed 2,000 centrifuges were already installed and running,"...former director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Hecker ..."These facilities appear to be designed primarily for civilian nuclear power, not to boost North Korea's military capability," "could readily converted to produce highly enriched uranium bomb fuel (or parallel facilities could exist elsewhere)."...


The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea - N.Korea Has 'Ultra-Modern' Uranium Enrichment Facility (external - login to view)
Do you think S. Korea or Japan would be terribly upset if China invaded and ended the regime in N. Korea?

They need the land and it shows they are players in ending terrorism and improving human rights advancements by freeing the N. Koreas.

Has Tibet gotten any freer? Why would N.Korea be any different when it comes to western support?
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