Kim Jong Un 'is testing missiles tipped with deadly anthrax', report claims

Kim Jong Un 'is testing missiles tipped with deadly anthrax', report claims

Kim Jong Un 'is testing missiles tipped with deadly anthrax', report claims

North Korea's leader has repeatedly infuriated world leaders by carrying out a variety of illegal nuclear tests.

Quoting an unnamed spokesman from the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (CPRC and DPRK, respectively), state-run North Korean source KCNA referred to the US and South Korean military might as "puppet forces" and warned that the planned December 4. aerial drill is a "war rehearsal [that] is just a grave military provocation".

The news that North Korea may have been testing anthrax-laden warheads comes as South Korean President Moon Jae-in is seeking to soothe relations with China and the North before the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February.

It was the highest-profile cyberattack North Korea has been blamed for since the 2014 hack of Sony Pictures after it produced "The Interview", a satirical movie imagining a Central Intelligence Agency plot to kill leader Kim Jong Un.

North Korea claimed it had completed its nuclear force after it fired a new Hwasong-15 ICBM in late November. United States troops stationed in South Korea have been vaccinated against anthrax for over a decade, according to the newspaper. The regime may already possess 13 biological agents, ranging from botulism and cholera to the plague, claimed the report.

The 55-page document focused on Mr Trump's "America First" approach to security and stated: "North Korea-a country that starves its own people-has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons that could threaten our homeland".

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The Japanese allegedly experimented with the use of anthrax and other biological weapons in Manchuria, and some 10,000 deliberately infected prisoners are thought to have died as a result.

North Korea is believed to have started its chemical and biological weapons program in the early 1960s and began possibly weaponizing biological agents in the 1980s, according to the report.

"They are also the American politicians and the white supremacists making conceived attempts for state terrorism and racial extinction through overt research and development of the biological weapons in the worldwide-scattered U.S. laboratories", it said.

The DPRK is the abbreviation for North Korea's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Nam was the heir apparent to the North Korean regime until he fell out of favour in 2001.

The United States has given China a draft resolution for tougher UN sanctions on North Korea and is hoping for a quick vote on it by the UN Security Council, a Western diplomat said, however Beijing has yet to sign on.

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