The tremor is felt in the city of Hunchun in the northeastern province of Jilin and is recorded as magnitude 1.3 with zero zero from the China Earthquake Network Center. He hit at about 1: 45h. BST (7.38 h Local Time). The depth and nature of the mini-earthquake has led some to think that this is caused by an explosion of North Korean land, but its nature is still unknown.
Nuclear experiments conducted by Pyongyang in the past have caused small earthquakes and light shocks.
In September 2017, a test conducted in the North Korea nuclear zone in Punghki, under Mantap, triggered an earthquake of magnitude 6.3.
Chinese seismologists later said Pyongyang's core nuclear test facility was partially collapsed, making it unusable after the blast North Korea claimed to be a hydrogen bomb test. Problem with the provocative challenge to Trump
However, the AFP agency reported that local authorities believe that "a suspected explosion is caused by an earthquake."
And Viking Narang, a security research professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, hindered the cause of the earthquake.
He writes on Twitter: "Do not worry just more people
" Mining explosions, for example, can cause small shocks. "The mini-earthquake happened just one hour after China's Chinese President Jin Geing visited his prisoner, the first Beijing leader to head to North Korea in 1
The official Chinese TV CCTV said: "Both sides will exchange views on the situation on the Korean Peninsula and insist on further progress in the political resolution of the issue of the peninsula.
New nuclear tests conducted by Pyongyang would jeopardize even the fragile relations with the West, which slowly recover after bilateral relations. meetings between North Korean leader Kim Chen-wu and the president of the United States Donald Trump. Human rights activists are also putting increasing pressure on the country's dictatorship with the South Korean human rights group, claiming that there are 323 state-sanctioned places in the northern peninsula. The cooling report carried out by the Transitional Justice Working Group was prepared with the help of 610 North Korean deserters who spoke with a group. The report says: "The routine killing of North Korean citizens and the denial of the right of family members to give the proper burial to the dead have profound consequences that continue long after "Short" trials "almost always appear on the spot just before public performance, indicating charges and sentences handed down without the defendant's lawyer, who very often appears. "Half dead" when authorities take him to the spot.
"Given the lack of due diligence in the North Korean judiciary, it is difficult to see whether the accusations announced during the execution correspond to the actions committed by the accused."
(Additional reporting by Joe Gamp)