Latest satellite images show that North Korea may be preparing for a new nuclear weapon test. On the photos we see at least 5 mining cars leading to the waste field. A shelter, most likely cover-up equipment and a water pump, which should provide a stable environment for conducting the test.
The outlined "volleyball field" is the perfect launch spot for the rocket. Unfortunately, the photos are not high resolution and we can not exactly determine what exactly the people doing there.
It is not clear whether the workers' delayed activity there is false or is just a preparation for something bigger.
These are disturbing photos that can cause serious problems not only in North Korea but also globally. The US has already sent one of its largest aircraft carriers near North Korea, which further rains the situation. President Trump said he would not tolerate a renewal of nuclear tests, and on the other hand, Kim Chen Un announced that he could and would respond to any attack on the part of the United States.
Source: 38 North
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