North Korea demolishes homes around suspected nuclear site: Imagery
Activity near Kangson uranium enrichment facility on outskirts of Pyongyang likely part of rural development push
Dozens of homes surrounding a suspected uranium enrichment facility on the outskirts of Pyongyang were recently demolished, according to NK Pro analysis of satellite imagery, likely as part of a nationwide rural development project.
The demolition activity just meters from the outer walls of the Kangson facility is likely to raise questions among close observers of the site, though there is no evidence yet to suggest it is related to any nuclear expansion plans.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeated in recent years that Kangson is a “relevant” facility to North Korea’s
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