South Korean troops fired warning shots on Saturday after five North Korean soldiers briefly crossed into the southern side of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) dividing the peninsula, South Korea’s joint chiefs of staff said. “Our troops fired warning shots at the five North Korean soldiers after they climbed over the military demarcation line despite several loudspeaker warnings,” they said in a statement. It said they went about 30 metres (yards) across the demarcation line at around 0415 GMT and returned after the shots were fired. Full Story
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