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    China suspects North Korea of ​​a nuclear test after monitoring an earthquake there

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     China suspects North Korea of ​​a nuclear test after monitoring an earthquake there Empty China suspects North Korea of ​​a nuclear test after monitoring an earthquake there

    Post by Rocky Sat 23 Sep 2017, 2:29 pm

    [size=30]China suspects North Korea of ​​a nuclear test after monitoring an earthquake there[/size]
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    China's Earthquake Observatory said Saturday that a magnitude 3.4 earthquake on the Richter scale occurred in North Korea, likely to be the result of a new nuclear test .
    According to an observatory statement carried by Reuters on September 23, 2017, the quake shook the northern province of Hamgyong and land disturbance was detected at 16.29 p.m. Beijing time, adding that the epicenter was at a depth of 0 km.
    The head of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) Preparatory Commission, Lassina Zerbo, was quoted as saying that the Commission's experts were studying the new extraordinary seismic activity in North Korea.
    The quake-hit area has been subjected to nuclear tests by Pyongyang, Xinhua news agency reported.
    For its part, reported the channel, "NHK" Japanese that the earthquake occurred near a North Korean nuclear facility, which may indicate Pyongyang conducted a new nuclear test, pointing out that Tokyo is currently collecting and analyzing information about the earthquake, noting that no committee was formed Special emergency government on a subject.
    North Korean Foreign Minister Ry Yong-hwa announced Pyongyang's intention to conduct the "strongest test" of a Pacific hydrogen bomb in response to threats from US President Donald Trump. C


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