North Korea said to work at secret Teheran site on Iran's nuclear warheads

October 2008
East-Asia-Intel Reports;10/3/2008, p6
The article reports on the support of North Korea to Iran in developing nuclear warheads for missiles. According to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the nation has established a secret facility in the suburbs of Teheran for North Korean experts to design rockets and warheads. The North Koreans are claimed to have been using an improved version of the Shihab-3 missile.


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