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nuclear bomb

[′nü·klē·ər ′bäm]
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Saudi Arabia does not want to acquire any nuclear bomb, but without a doubt if Iran developed a nuclear bomb, we will follow suit as soon as possible," Prince Mohammed bin Salman told CBS in an interview that will air on Sunday.
15 ( ANI ): Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman on Thursday threatened to obtain a nuclear bomb if Iran did the same.
A new study by a Pakistan think-tank claims India has the capacity to produce between 356 and 492 nuclear bombs.
This work is in contrast to various other earlier studies which have taken a much more modest view of the Indian nuclear bomb making potential,' said the authors, interacting with this scribe while divulging details about their startling study.
There is no doubt that if these mad men ever got their hands on a nuclear bomb or nuclear material, they would certainly use it to kill as many people as possible.
Ending a security summit in Washington, he said there remains a persistent and harrowing threat from terrorists getting access to nuclear bombs.
When someone like the Hizbullah terrorist chief drops four references to a nuclear bomb in as many sentences, ending with the boast that "Lebanon today has nuclear bomb," it must be presumed that he is crowing over some sort of nuclear device in hand.
This will be the fourth time that North Korea has conducted a nuclear bomb test, in direct violation of unanimous United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1718 (2006), 1874 (2009), 2087 (2013) and 2094 (2013), which ban further nuclear tests by North Korea.
This will be the fourth time that DPRK has conducted a nuclear bomb test, in direct violation of unanimous United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1718 (2006), 1874 (2009), 2087 (2013) and 2094 (2013), which ban further nuclear tests by the country, it said.
North Korea is believed to have a handful of nuclear bombs and to be pursuing nuclear-armed missiles.
The US dropped one nuclear bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima killing 80,000 people, with horrible long-term effects for tens of thousands more.