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North Korean soldier, shot and wounded, 'defects to South'

Reuters India Monday, 13 November 2017 ()
SEOUL (Reuters) - A North Korean soldier defected to the South on Monday after being shot and wounded by the North Korean military, the South Korean military said.
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News video: Dramatic Video Shows North Korean Soldier's Escape Across Border

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A North Korean soldier shot and injured while running across the border to South Korea is out of surgery and recovering.

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