Korea testing warheads loaded with anthrax

Korea testing warheads loaded with anthrax

Citing an unnamed person with ties to South Korean intelligence, the paper reports that North Korea is working with these types of weapons to test the feasibility of putting Anthrax in the regime's intercontinental ballistic missiles.

The report cited by Bloomberg News says the North is testing the biological agent to see if it can survive the vast temperatures the missiles generate. The report was even verified in President Donald Trump's new national security strategy, which stated North Korea was "pursuing chemical and biological weapons which could also be delivered by missile".

Read the whole story from Bloomberg.

The United States also has come to the same conclusion.

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North Korea has a store of between 2,500 and 5,000 tons of chemical weapons, South Korea has previously said, adding that it was capable of producing biological agents like anthrax and smallpox.

In response, North Korea said it would "take revenge" on the US for saying it is developing biological weapons.

The revelation comes as the UK's Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said North Korea is now on the way to developing ballistic missiles which could strike London, branding the country a "massive threat" and a "real danger" to Britain. Above, the Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile.

Rebecca Hersman, a former Defense Department deputy assistant secretary for countering weapons of mass destruction, was quoted in a Washington Post article speaking about the country's bio-weapon program: "North Korea is bad enough when you're talking about their nuclear and missiles program".

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