China suspects N. Korea tremor an explosion

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Beijing: An earthquake measured in North Korea on Tuesday morning was a “suspected explosion”, China’s Earthquake Administration said.

A webpage run by the China Earthquake Network Center, affiliated with China’s Earthquake Administration, said a quake “at 10:57 on February 12 in North Korea was a “suspected explosion”, and occurred at a “focal depth of 0 km”.

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