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North Korea’s nuke mine CAVES IN: Tunnels collapse at Kim Jong Un’s main source of uranium


The uranium mine that feeds North Korea’s nukes has been rocked by a series of cave-ins, with the scale of the disaster visible from space.

Jacob Bogle, who has created a comprehensive map of the country from satellite photos, discovered the collapse in recent images of the Pyongsan mine.

The mine is the regime’s main source of uranium ore, which can be refined into yellowcake and ultimately weapons-grade uranium.

And it’s less than a kilometre away from the only operational plant in North Korea that can process the ore into yellowcake.

Jacob Bogle, who has created a comprehensive map of the country from satellite photos, discovered the collapse in recent images of the Pyongsan mine

Jacob Bogle, who has created a comprehensive map of the country from satellite photos, discovered the collapse in recent images of the Pyongsan mine

The recent collapse at the Pyongsan mine appear to be progressive, moving towards the west in successive cave-ins from 2019 to 2021

The recent collapse at the Pyongsan mine appear to be progressive, moving towards the west in successive cave-ins from 2019 to 2021

Now the mine has been hit by disaster, with satellite photos capturing the sudden appearance of large depressions in the earth close to the mine entrance.

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