A South Korean nuclear institute said Thursday it had detected no increased radioactivity levels in South Korea after the North's declared nuclear test earlier this week.
The government-affiliated Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety has been assessing air samples since North Korea announced Monday it test-detonated its first nuclear bomb underground.
"So far, we have not detected any abnormal level of radioactivity," institute official Han Seung-Jae said.
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