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North Korea's nuclear missiles are 'intact' and being shielded at airports, UN panel of experts warns

Kim Jong-un's still has nuclear missiles and the weapons' programme is being hidden using airports as a cover, UN experts have warned.

North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programmes remain intact and Pyongyang is using airports and other facilities to shield its weapons from possible US military strikes, according to a UN panel of experts.

The panel said in a report today that sanctions against North Korea were 'ineffective,' with Pyongyang still able to acquire illegal shipments of oil products, sell banned coal and violate an arms embargo.

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