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S. Korean Navy fires shots in response to DPRK artillery

08-10-2011 15:54 BJT

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The defense ministry in Seoul says South Korea's Navy has fired shots after a shell, presumably fired by the DPRK, fell near the disputed western sea border.

The Navy heard the sound of shelling and fired three shots in response, and later confirmed one of the DPRK shells landed near the border the DPRK does not acknowledge. South Korea is monitoring the DPRK, which may have been engaged in routine drills.


The ministry said its navy heard the sound of three
shells and saw one of them fall near the border known
officially as the Northern Limit Line (NLL).PHOTO: AFP


Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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