N. Korean weapons testing could resume at any time: US expert

WASHINGTON (The Korea Herald/ANN): North Korea appears to be ready to resume its nuclear and weapons testing in the near future, a former US intelligence official said Wednesday (Sept 9), stressing the need for "stronger" incentives or punishment for the communist state.

"Another big element we need to think about is that additional weapons testing is probably just a matter of time," said Markus Garlauskas, a former intelligence officer for North Korea at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

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