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U.N. Nuclear Inspector: North Korea's Capability Has Entered A 'New Phase'

WASHINGTON — North Korea’s nuclear weapons program has entered a “new phase,” with the country having doubled the size of its uranium-enrichment facility in recent years, Yukiya Amano, director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told The Wall Street Journal. “The situation is very bad …. It has gone into a new phase,” Amano told the publication Monday.
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