Wednesday, November 30, 2011

North Korea Claims Progress In It's Nuclear Program

North Korea Claims Progress In Uranium Enrichment -- The Telegraph

North Korea said on Wednesday that it is making rapid progress on work to enrich uranium and build a light-water nuclear power plant, increasing worries that the country is developing another way to make atomic weapons.

An unidentified spokesman at Pyongyang's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the construction of an experimental light-water reactor and low enriched uranium are "progressing apace".

The statement, carried by the official Korean Central News Agency, said that North Korea has a sovereign right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy and that "neither concession nor compromise should be allowed".

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More News On North Korea's Nuclear Program

NKorea claims progress in uranium enrichment, light-water reactor, raising nuclear bomb worry -- Washington Post
North Korea Reports Progress on New Reactor -- New York Times
N.Korea says work on uranium enrichment moves briskly -- Reuters
North Korea: Uranium Enrichment Progress -- Time/AP
N. Korea says progress made on uranium production -- AFP
North Korea “Progressing Apace” on Uranium Enrichment -- Voice of America
North Korea claims nuclear plant progress -- The Guardian
North Korea Nuclear Reactor Construction ‘Progressing Apace’ -- Bloomberg Businessweek
North Korea says nuclear plant is 'progressing apace' -- BBC
N. Korea claims LWR progress -- UPI
NK claims progress in uranium production -- Korea Times

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