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Shots fired between North and South Korea

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Shots fired between North and South Korea


North and South Korea have reportedly exchanged gunfire across their heavily-armed border. An official in the South Korean office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff confirmed a number of shots had been fired from the North and troops in the South had fired back. There were no reports of any casualties. The incident comes a day before the two Koreas are due to participate in talks over dismantling North Korea’s nuclear capability.

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