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The latest biannual report by South Korea claims that its rival to the north's new missiles can hit targets nearly 2,000 miles away and carry warheads over 1,400 lbs. These advances have also, Seoul claims, been accompanied by a sizable build up of the nation's armed forces and boosts to its submarine power.

North Korea carried out its first nuclear tests in 2006 and, according to the report, now has enough plutonium for about 5 nuclear warheads.

"North Korea's developing and reinforcing of conventional weaponry," Seoul fears, "as well as the weapons of mass destruction like nuclear and missiles, and the front-line deployment of military power are a direct and serious threat to our security."

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