Earthquake hit North Korea

18:11, 9 September 2016

An earthquake hit North Korea. US Geology Service spotted 5.3 magnitude earth shocks.

The neighboring South Korea suggests that nuclear-weapon test could cause it - the epicenter of the earthquake was near the proving ground of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

Afterwards, North Korean television reported the successful nuclear testing.

The United States have already stated that will keep monitoring the situation.

South Korea called neighbor's actions a "destructive provocation."