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North and South Korea exchange gunfire across border at guard post

Reuters India Sunday, 3 May 2020
North and South Korea exchanged gunfire around the South's guard post early on Sunday, raising tension a day after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ended an almost three-week absence from public life with state media showing him visiting a factory.
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SEOUL β€” North and South Korean troops exchanged small arms fire in the demilitarized zone on May 3. Citing a statement from the South Korean joint chiefs of staff, the Korea Herald reports North Korea fired first but inflicted no casualties on South Korean forces. According to the Yonhap News...

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