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Quakes caused by DPRK’s nuclear test affect northeast China

Quakes that were caused by the DPRK’s hydrogen bomb test were even felt in northeast China. The test, which caused an “artificial earthquake,” happened only about 100 kilometers from the Chinese border. Surveillance cameras on highways captured waves from the tremor. Residents and students were evacuated from buildings, while there were cracks spotted on the ground.

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