South Korea fires warning shots after North Korea border crossing | The World

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South Korea’s military fired warning shots after around 20 North Korean soldiers briefly crossed the border at the weekend, Seoul officials said, amid a recent rise in tension over Pyongyang’s launch of balloons carrying trash into the South. Editor of Korea pro John Lee tells The World’s Beverley O’Connor South Korea is not worried about North Korea engaging in aggressive behaviour.

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