North Korea Testing Anthrax Warheads for Ballistic Missiles

North Korea reportedly testing anthrax-loaded ICBMs

North Korea Testing ICBMs Loaded With Anthrax Bio-Agent: Report

SEOUL-North Korea has begun tests to load anthrax onto intercontinental ballistic missiles, according to an intelligence source here.

On Monday, President Trump unveiled a new USA national security strategy which includes strengthening the country's cyber defence capabilities, and highlighted the threats of "rogue regimes" like North Korea.

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The report cited by Bloomberg News says the North is testing the biological agent to see if it can survive the enormous temperatures the missiles generate.

According to the Asahi, Washington had allegedly known that North Korea was culturing anthrax for a while.

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"To send North Korea a unified message from the global community, that we will not accept you as a nuclear nation", US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said. In 2012, the South Korean Ministry of National Defense estimated North Korea possessed between 2,500 and 5,000 metric tons of chemical weapons.

North Korea has been developing its missile program for decades, and a test last month let the world know that it has the U.S. East Coast within range of its latest Hwasong model.

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The report by NTI also stated North Korea was capable of indigenously producing other agents of biological warfare including Variola major (smallpox), Francisella tularensis (rabbit fever), and Bunyaviridae Hantavirus (Korean hemorrhagic fever). It was the highest-profile cyberattack North Korea has been blamed for since the 2014 hack of Sony Pictures after it produced "The Interview", a satirical movie imagining a Central Intelligence Agency plot to kill leader Kim Jong Un.

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