Extra! Korea

October 9, 2009

China detects nerve gas at its border with North Korea

Filed under: North Korea — extrakorea @ 6:48 am

According to a Japanese news report, China has detected deadly nerve gas at its border with North Korea. It’s believed to be leakage from an accident.

The Chinese special operations forces found 0.015-0.03 microgrammes of the gas per cubic metre when they were conducting regular surveys while there were winds from the direction of North Korea, the report said.

China suspects that there were some experiments or accidents in its neighbouring country, it said.

In related news, North Korea is believed to have 13 types of biological weapons, including cholera, pest, yellow fever, smallpox, eruptive typhus, typhoid fever and dysentery, at more than 20 facilities. It’s also reputed to have up to 5,000 tons of chemical agents. Additionally, North Korea’s nuclear program is thought to be located at about 100 sites. But don’t worry, we can take them out in the event of war, no problem.

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1 Comment »

  1. I think the most effective biological weapon the North Koreans possess is the yellow fever.

    Comment by Pete — October 22, 2009 @ 4:45 am


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