U.S. spy satellites are picking up new activity at North Korea’s underground nuclear testing site, two anonymous sources tell CNN.
It’s a sign the regime could be testing nuclear weapons. The dictatorship already has a stockpile of around 30 nuclear warheads. None, however, are small enough to fit atop a missile.
But North Korea is working on that. The dictatorship’s nuclear scientists, collaborating with an Obama-funded Iran, are working around the clock to develop missiles capable of hitting the United States and nuclear warheads small enough to be delivered by them.
There is a possibility any new nuclear test could be of such a miniaturized warhead.
The new activity comes just days after American Otto Warmbier, held captive in North Korea for 17 months, was returned to the U.S. in a coma that claimed his life.
Where are North Korea’s missile launch sites? Check out this video — we shot inside a North Korean elementary school, of all places, of a 3D map showing where dictator Kim Jong Un tells the North Korean from where he will launch missiles to strike the United States.