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North Korea Maybe Preparing For Its Third Nuclear Detonation

  

Military experts some say vehicles and equipment appear surrounding an underground deep tunnel that's being readied for a nuclear explosion.

 

November 18, 2010 (Hamsayeh.Net) - North Korea's powerful military may be preparing for the country's third underground nuclear detonation within the next few days. Japan's Kyodo news agency reported on Thursday.

 

After two earlier successful nuclear test, this third test is also expected to perform flawlessly. The report cites satellite imagery taken by an geographical imagery agency, reveal activities in and around the province of Hamgyong, close to the cite of last nuclear test.

 

North Korea's astonishing scientific progress in the field of nuclear technology has baffled Washington policy makers as they have gotten used to creating tensions on the Korean Peninsula against the entire Korean people since the end of WWII.

 

According to military experts some vehicles and equipment appear surrounding an underground deep tunnel that's being readied for a nuclear explosion.

 

Russian Physicist Evgey Rogozhin told RIA Novosti that a North Korean nuclear explosion will not necessarily cause an earthquake due to some seismic activities around the test ground. Pyongyang has achieved nuclear self-sufficiency after years of economic sanctions by the US and its allies in the region namely South Korea and Japan.

 

 

 

North Korea maybe preparing for its third nuclear detonation.

 

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