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Read more: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/south-korea-fire-caused-massive-earthquake-near-korean-towns-main-highway-in-north-koreas-north/article6390423/ http://theglobaltimes.com.au/article/article-402988/north- korean-fire: ‘Earthquake is not a joke’South Korea’s government has declared a state of emergency, warning people to avoid the area as the country recovers from a magnitude-9.0 earthquake in the north-eastern province of North Hamgyong province.
Authorities have said the quake, which struck at 8:08am (7:08pm AEDT), struck in the area of a road that leads to the town of Daegu, just about 45 kilometres south of Seoul.
More: https://www2.koreaboo.com/-dg4qg5pW4/north/mangkong-kong_20170409/North Korea’s quake is not just about the quake’s epicentre, but also about its magnitude.
It is the second largest earthquake in South Korea in modern history, with a magnitude of 7.3.
South Korea, which was shaken by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake on November 24, also recorded a 7-migrainet magnitude quake.
North Korea has not had a magnitude 7.9 quake since February 2017.
However, in November, South Korean media reported that the country had recorded another magnitude 7 quake in a remote area near the border with North Korea.
The North’s government is warning residents to avoid travel to the area in light of the latest quake.
A statement from the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) read:”In the area between the North Korean border and the village of Daegang in the North, the earthquake occurred at 8.17am (8:18pm AEST).”
The government has activated the emergency response to deal with the situation and rescue the residents of the affected area.””
There is no information regarding the number of casualties and no official reports have been made,” it added.”
Residents of the area should avoid going to the earthquake area.
“The quake hit at a time when people are still recovering from a large earthquake that struck in November that killed more than 300 people and left over 1,400 others homeless.
In response to the devastating earthquake, the South Korean government has called on residents to keep a distance from the area, with authorities warning them to stay in their homes and not enter areas where earthquakes are frequent.
Some people have been staying in camps at the border to help with relief efforts, while others have been renting makeshift tents at the temporary facilities.
There are some reports of some people having been spotted using makeshift tent camps near the earthquake, although those reports were later denied by authorities.
A South Korean police officer said a woman had been spotted camping on a remote island near the epicentres of the earthquakes.”
A woman who has been camping on an island in the vicinity of the epicenter of the earthquake has been spotted,” a police official told the Associated Press news agency.”
It is not clear if she has been rescued.
“The police will carry out a search for the woman and seek her location as soon as possible.”
While the area around the epicents of the quakes has been evacuated, it remains a hot-spot for the hobby of paintball at the moment.
The sport of paint ball has grown rapidly in South Africa, with the number on the rise.
Its popularity has led to a rash of accidents, including the death of a 16-year-old boy after his paintball shot exploded.
The World Wide Paintball Association said it has not received any reports of any paintball injuries since it started in 2016, although it has seen some players injured in accidents in the past.
The game has also attracted a lot of attention for the players involved, with players such as South African player Jason Gaffney becoming the face of the sport after he died after playing a game.