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BREAKING | Fears of Nuclear Explosion as North Korea Hit by 3.4 Magnitude Earthquake

A 3.4 magnitude earthquake has been detected in North Korea amid fears of another nuclear test, China’s official Xinhua News Agency reports.

China’s earthquake administration has said the quake is believed to have been caused by a suspected explosion and was detected in the same location as previous tests.

The state’s media reports the rumble was detected at a depth of 0km.

This is a developing story. More to come…


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