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The Washington Free Beacon reported the US is monitoring reports that North Korea is helping President Bashar al-Assad rebuild Syria's chemical and other weapons at an underground military base.
An intelligence source revealed Pyongyang is conducting “heat and pressure resistance tests to see whether anthrax germs can survive at temperatures of 7,000 degrees or higher.”
Analysts say they expect another missile test from North Korea shortly, this one to be the Pukguksong-3, a submarine-launched ballistic missile nearing completion.
Israel's biggest fear, is the possibility that North Korea might develop nuclear weapons on behalf of Iran.
There are deep concerns over possible leaks of radioactivity that could lead to damage similar to Fukushima or Chernobyl.
The nuclear-powered USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier is patrolling the waters around the Korean Peninsula.
The UN labeled the incident the “largest seizure of ammunition in the history of sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”
The same missile that exploded upon re-entry after flying 600 miles was displayed at last week's parade.
“We know that the jihadis have a lot of money . . . Would Kim Jong-un sell deadly VX for $40 million a kilogram? I think absolutely they would.”
"We cannot let a murderous regime continue these destabilizing activities while building dangerous missiles..."
Residents in Japan were warned to take shelter, as the missile passed over Hokkaido.
“The U.S. Pacific Command determined the three ballistic missile launches from North Korea did not pose a threat to Guam.”
Kim Jong Un instructed the Institute "to produce more solid-fuel rocket engines and rocket warhead tips."
"We are as prepared as any American community can be for a potential crisis," Guam Governor Eddie Calvo said.
"The Iranian people, who remember the DPRK's sincere help ... will fully support the struggle of the Korean people at all times."
"Our attitude on trade changes when countries do not take international security threats seriously."
The UNSC extended existing sanctions to 14 individuals and four entities in North Korea.
The Security Council noted Pyongyang is “diverting resources to the pursuit of ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons" while its citizens have "great unmet needs.”
A US official said the projectile was a Pukguksong-2, a medium long-range ballistic missile tested by Pyongyang in February.
North Korea is working to build an ICBM capable of carrying a nuclear warhead that will reach the United States.
"With each successive detonation and missile test, North Korea pushes northeast Asia and the world, closer to instability toward a broader conflict."