North Korea ‘could have as many as SIXTY nuclear weapons by 2020’, top nuclear expert says


David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, a Washington-based think tank that has closely followed the North Korean nuclear issue, made the estimate based on recent developments to the despotic nation’s nuclear program.

North Korea is believed to have 33 kilograms of separated plutonium and 175-645 kilograms of weapons-grade uranium, enough for between 13 and 30 nuclear weapons.

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