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Strong 3.4 magnitude earthquake detected coming from North Korea’s nuclear test site


09/23/2017


While China as attributed the earthquake to be a “suspected explosion”, South Korea’s weather agency has a different take on the matter.



On Saturday, China’s earthquake administration stated it has detected a strong 3.4 maginitude earthquake in North Korea and it thinks it to be a “suspected explosion”.

The Chinese administration said in a statement on its website stated it detected an quake, which occurred around 0830 GMT, at a depth of zero kilometers.

Previous quakes from North Korea have been nuclear tests, with its most recent taking place earlier this month. The quake was centered near North Korea’s nuclear test site.

South Korea’s weather agency stated it was analyzing the nature of the quake.

Its initial view is that this was a natural earthquake.


 


 


 

Source:

https://www.reuters.com








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