North Korea has a stockpile of nuclear bombs and is building more such weapons, the country's vice foreign minister Kim Gye Gwan said in an interview with a US television network released Wednesday.
"I should say that we have enough nuclear bombs to defend against a US attack," the North Korean official told ABC News when asked how many nuclear bombs it possessed.
Asked whether Pyongyang was building more nuclear bombs, Kim said: "Yes."
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US Stealth Bombers Deployed In South Korea
Seoul (AFP) Jun 07, 2005
US military authorities said Tuesday it had completed the deployment of 15 US F-117 stealth bombers to South Korea for four months of operations. The radar-evading bombers have been deployed to a US base in Gunsan, 260 kilometers (156 miles) southwest of Seoul, the US military said in a statement.
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