According to a Japanese news media, TV Asahi, more than 200 people are feared dead when a tunnel caved-in very close to North Korea’s nuclear test site. The incident reportedly happened after its latest detonation. It was reported that some 100 workers were involved in an initial collapse. Another cave-in occurred during rescue operations in which the lives of more than 100 others were equally endangered.
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The US Geological Survey says the blast caused a 6.3-magnitude earthquake which was followed by another after quake with magnitude of 4.1. North Korea claimed to have tested hydrogen bomb and Japan assessed it to be 120 kilotons which is eight times the size of Hiroshima in 1945.