One, who used to live in Kilju county - where the site is located - claimed that 'deformed babies' were being born in hospitals in the area.It comes as pictures reveal the impact North Korea's sixth nuclear bomb test, carried out in early September, has had on the mountainous area - including 'multiple landslides'.Some 100 workers were involved in an initial collapse.Another cave-in occurred during rescue operations, leaving at least 200 people feared dead in total, the Japanese broadcaster said.I suppose the doctor does have an appointment with the patient as well, but I think the emphasis is a bit off in that perspective because I think the ownership pertains more directly to the patient (just my take).In any case, you should be okay with either usage above.You can blame it on poor planting, but the number of trees that die is higher than in other mountains.'The claims come after it was reported that more than 200 people were killed when a tunnel caved in at Punggye-ri after its latest detonation.
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The nuclear trials are also having an impact on the environment in the area, one former local claimed.
Specialties like trout and pine mushrooms 'disappeared' after the first test in 2006, he claimed, with another defector claiming: 'If you plant trees in the mountains there, 80 percent of them die.
Different isotopes of the same element have the same number of protons in their atomic nuclei but differing numbers of neutrons.
They can also be defined as atoms that contain an unstable combination of neutrons and protons.
The accident was triggered by the test, TV Asahi added.