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NKorea denies nuclear deal with Pakistan

North Korea’s foreign ministry denied the Stalinist state had received nuclear weapon’s technology from Pakistan. In a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency, the foreign ministry said the link was a “sheer lie” despite top Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan last week confessing to passing nuclear know-how to Iran, North Korea and Libya. “The United States is now hyping the story about the ‘transfer of nuclear technology’ to the DPRK (North Korea) by a Pakistani scientist in a bid to make the DPRK’s ‘enriched uranium program’ sound plausible. This is nothing but a mean and groundless propaganda,” the statement said. “This is so sheer (a) lie that the DPRK does not bat an eyelid even a bit.” President Pervez Musharraf pardoned Khan whom he described as a national hero for helping Pakistan’s drive for nuclear capability. Full Story

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