An earthquake in a mining town in North Korea was caused by ‘artificial activity,’ it has been claimed.
The 2.1-magnitude tremor was reported in the town of Pyongyang near the border with South Korea around Thursday lunchtime.
Meteorology experts in the South said the quake was likely to be caused by a mine explosion.
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