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Write a five-paragraph letter to a North Korean student explaining why other countries are concerned about North Korea's test of a nuclear device.
Why are we so concerned with a few stored nuclear devices in North Korea, when India and Pakistan have well-established nuclear weapons programs and seem to be on the brink of war every few years?
India's successful test of a nuclear device, which spurred Pakistan to develop a nuclear weapon, created additional tension in the relationship between those two countries.
When present (one-ninth of the trials), the nuclear device was located within 15[degrees] of either a tank or a soldier.
Thankfully, there is doubt over whether the North Korean military has the technical capability to shrink a nuclear device to a compact size that would fit on a ballistic missile -- or if indeed its ballistic missiles are capable of reaching the US.
Another source said the cover may be aimed at confusing outside watchers before detonating the nuclear device.
ref=global-home) reporting it likely that "Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear device.
Detonating a nuclear device in the upper atmosphere would create electromagnetic pulses (EMPs) that could inflict "severe damage" to electrical equipment over thousands of square miles," he added.
35pm A crime-fighter takes on a descendant of Genghis Khan out to conquer the world with a pre-World War II nuclear device in Highlander director Russell Mulcahy's flight of comic-strip fantasy.
A MAN made a drunken call to the BBC's former Pebble Mill studios in Edgbaston claiming he had planted a nuclear device, Birmingham Crown Court heard.
A man made a drunken call to the BBC in Birmingham claiming he had planted a nuclear device, the city's Crown Court heard.
The idea of using a dirty bomb (a partially exploded nuclear device that spews radiation) as an act of terrorism has been feared for more than a quarter of a century.

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