In an official announcement KCNA said,
"The nuclear test is a historic event that brought happiness to the our military and people."Yonhap news agency of South Korea said the test was conducted at 10:36 a.m. (9:36 p.m. EDT Sunday) in Hwaderi near Kilju city, citing defense officials.
The newest member of the A-Bomb Club, North Korea, is now in possession of bombs with estimated yields of 20 kilotons capable of killing upwards of 200,000 people and a total devastation radius of 5 miles.
President Clinton (D) and his administration negotiated a deal with N. Korea in which America would supply nuclear technology for power plants IF they did not use it to develop nuclear weapons. Doesn't seem to have worked out, did it Mr. President.
President Clinton (D) and his administration worked out a deal with a Russian arms dealer to supply Iran with plans for an advanced a-bomb triggering device. The trick was that the schematics had a flaw designed in to make the trigger non-functional. The Iranians found the flaw straight away. Another great plan, Mr. President. Too soon, Iran will have a nuclear capability, a delivery system, and a predetermined target.
Thank you, President Clinton.
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