North Korea Might have sarin warheads, Japan says

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By NTD Newsroom
April 13, 2017World News
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Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told the Diet, or parliament, on April 13 that North Korea could have sarin nerve gas in the warheads of its missiles.

Abe told the Diet that North Korea must be made to understand that as a nation it had no future if it pursued its dangerously confrontational and aggressive course.

North Korea recently launched several missiles into the Sea of Japan, and many fear the rogue nation is planning another nuclear or missile test.

Sarin nerve gas seems to be what Syria used to kill 87 civilians in Idlib on April 4.

Sarin was also the weapon an extremist group used in a coordinated attack on five Tokyo subway trains in 1995. Those attacks killed 12 people and sickened thousands.

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