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Jul 21, 2011

North Korea & Iran Build Nuclear Weapons

LONDON - North Korea (North Korea) and Iran's suspected work together to make long-range missiles tipped with nuclear.

British research institute (IISS) said North Korea get nuclear technology from Iran. In return, Pyongyang has also helped Tehran in uranium enrichment. Similarly, as reported by the Telegraph, Friday (22/07/2011).

A weapons expert Mark Fitzpatrick revealed ISSS, North Korea may be superior in terms of producing uranium than Iran.

Nuclear cooperation between the two countries considered a threat to global security. It was reported that Iran had succeeded in creating a much more sophisticated missile than the long-range missile North Korea, the No-dong.

The government of Iran denies Western allegations that the State Paramullah develop nuclear weapons. Iran has been developing nuclear energy needs.