North Korea can now attach nuclear warheads to missiles – U.S. intelligence

A US intelligence report confirmed by The Business Insider posits that North Korea has made a breakthrough and can now build nuclear bombs small enough to fit on missiles.

The intelligence community “assesses North Korea has produced nuclear weapons for ballistic missile delivery, to include delivery by ICBM-class missiles,” the assessment reads.

North Korea’s nuclear weapons project has aforetime been a feared possible success.

Alas! The suspicion is leaping to reality with this acknowledgement from a government document. In the year 2016, the regime leader Kim Jong-Un posed in front of a silver ball that North Korean propagandists dubbed a “miniaturized nuclear warhead” – a reality analysts doubted its possibility.

With the repeated boasts and nuclear power demonstrations of leader Kim, this emanating report will ensure a keen adherence and sensitivity to North Korea’s activities.

However, the silver-lining in this cloudy development is the sustenance of UN security councils vote of approval of a sanction by the US – a development long anticipated by President Trump

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