By Sam Kim
SEOUL, May 25 (Yonhap) -- South Korea has detected an "artificial earthquake" in North Korea, suggesting the communist state went ahead with its threat to conduct a nuclear test, a source here said Monday.
"It was felt shortly before 10:00," the source said, declining to be named and adding that the magnitude was estimated at 4.5.
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