North Korea conducts nuclear test | U.S. | Reuters
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said it successfully conducted a nuclear test on Monday, a move certain to further isolate the impoverished state which argues it has no choice but to build an atomic arsenal to protect itself in a hostile world.
"(North Korea) successfully conducted one more underground nuclear test on May 25 as part of the measures to bolster up its nuclear deterrent for self-defense in every way," the North's official KCNA news agency said.
No time to really comment. North Korea did register a 4.7 magnitude event according to the USGS. So I take that it was a successful test, any estimates on the yield?
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Predictions of President Obama's reaction?