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Scientist describes N. Korea nuclear evidence

North Korea showed a U.S. nuclear scientist an operating reactor, an empty pond that once held enough material to make six bombs, and a warm, dark substance that seemed to be plutonium metal, a key ingredient for nuclear weapons, the scientist said Wednesday. Sig Hecker, former director of the Los Alamos National Laboratories, told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that he had not seen an actual weapon. But he said his visit to the Yongbyon facility Jan. 8, the first by an outside expert in more than a year, suggested North Korea is capable of making nuclear weapons. Full Story

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