North Korea’s nuclear tests have caused an earthquake


A 2.5 magnitude earthquake has been reported in North Korea, possibly as a result of persistent seismic instability in the area, Reuters quoted the government as saying.

In 2017, North Korea conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test. In South Korea, this is thought to have caused seismic instability and is the cause of the latest earthquake.

The rabbit was spotted in the area of ​​the Pungeri nuclear landfill. Its epicenter was about 3 kilometers southeast of the site of the nuclear test. In 2018, the Pyongyang regime announced that it was closing the nuclear range.

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