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North Korea nuclear test would be ‘absolutely unacceptable’: Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe

"There is a possibility that this is not a natural quake and that North Korea conducted a nuclear test," said PM Shizo Abe, adding that the Japanese weather agency detected a seismic wave.

By: AFP | Tokyo | Published: September 3, 2017 11:00:56 am
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday said a sixth nuclear test by Pyongyang would be “absolutely unacceptable,” after a 6.3 magnitude explosion in the North indicated a new detonation. “If it forcibly conducted a nuclear test, it’s absolutely unacceptable. We have to strongly protest it,” Abe said.

“There is a possibility that this is not a natural quake and that North Korea conducted a nuclear test,” he said, adding that the Japanese weather agency detected a seismic wave.

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