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Minutes After Missile Test China Closes Nature Reserve For Fears Over Landslide After Shocks Ripple
Tremors have been recorded in the Changbaishan National Nature Reserve in China which authorities have closed due to fears that nuclear testing might trigger a landslide or possibly a volcanic eruption. Earlier on President of the US Donald Trump had been taunting Kim Jong-Un when he called him the Rocket Man.
Experts Fear More Underground Disturbances Might Cause Volcano Eruption
The nature reserve is on the border of North Korea and tremors have been recorded over its 70 square miles, while caused officials to restrict access to the reserve to the public. Mount Paekto is considered to be sacred by North Koreans, and it is close to the region and experts now fear that more disturbances underground at the Punggye-ri test site might cause the volcano to blow.
The authorities in China said that for safety and the convenience of travelers the tourist zone in the south of Changbai Mountain had been closed. Officials are now looking into the safety of the region, and it was said that it would remain closed until any potential risk has passed. Experts warned about dangers of testing nuclear weapons around volcanoes that are active.
Donald Trump Taunted Kim Jong-Un Over Gas Sanctions
The news followed Donald Trump taunting Kim Jong-Un by calling him the Rocket Man and talking about the fact that there are long lines of people waiting for gas in North Korea as the sanctions of the UN start to bite. The president was on Twitter after he along with President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in was in talks about the threat that was escalating.
Kim Jong-Un launched three missiles over the recent weeks along with testing a bomb that had been the most powerful yet. Trump was speaking to Moon from the New Jersey golf club. Aides to Trump said that the president had been spending the weekend getting ready for the debut at the UN. Rex Tillerson, Secretary of State, said that the United States was seeking dialogue with North Korea, but they warned that the military option would continue if diplomacy should fail.