South Korea said on Wednesday that traces of radioactive xenon gas were confirmed to be from the DPRK’s latest nuclear test. The Nuclear Safety and Security Commission said its land-based xenon detector in the northeastern part of the country found traces of xenon-133 isotope on nine occasions. However, the commission could not confirm whether the recent nuclear test conducted by Pyongyang was a hydrogen bomb.
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