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White House Disappointed with North Korea Move

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White House Disappointed With North Korea Move The Bush administration warned Wednesday that North Korea would isolate itself from the world community if it backtracks and reactivates the plant that once provided plutonium for an atomic test explosion. North Korea barred UN nuclear inspectors from its main nuclear plant on Wednesday, and within a week, it plans to reactivate the plant that once provided the plutonium for the explosive test two years ago. The North ordered the removal of the UN seals and surveillance equipment from the Yongbyon reactor, a sign it is making good on threats to restart its nuclear program.

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Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
Right on, steph.
justanerd1975 justanerd1975 8 years
thier concerns are true,we are trying to take over the oil countries whether anyone wants to be honest about it or not. although I don't believe there is any reason to take over Korea, unless of course they start this crap...but everyone is hoping NATO gets involved.
stephley stephley 8 years
North Korea should be careful, the White House would love a good, scary distraction right now.
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