3.8-magnitude earthquake strikes North Korea: KMA

SEOUL: A earthquake of magnitude 3.8 struck 32km southwest of North Korea’s Gangwon province, South Korea’s Meteorological Administration said on Monday (May 11).

The earthquake was detected at 7.45pm local time (1045 GMT) in Gangwon’s Pyonggang County bordering South Korea and was confirmed to be a natural earthquake.

The quake was at a depth of 16km, the KMA added. 


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