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The underground nuclear explosion in North Korea on September 3rd, 2017 was so powerful that it moved a mountain, according to new research. 

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Sinkholes aren't rare in the area, but this one is especially large, geologists say

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Boulders as big as refrigerators could be tossed a half-mile, and ash plumes could soar as high as 20,000 feet spread over a 12-mile area, according to Hawaii Civil Defense

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An unstable situation, with six fissures having opened up and spewing lava, and a strong earthquake of 6.9 magnitude.

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Geotechnical studies showed that connecting the sinkhole to Lake Saxon or rebuilding the roadway with sheet piles driven underground are too risky.

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For several days, landslides keep evolving near Kryopigi village in Preveza, Greece.

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Greece temporarily shut Corinth Canal for marine traffic on Monday, February 26, after intense storms and bad weather caused a rockfall in the area.

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