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Tension increased as North Korea and South Korea exchange military fire

The reports say that Shots were fired by South Korea pointing towards the western part of North Korea on Thursday after North came across the border to protest against anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts by Seoul.

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The Yonhap news agency reported that dozens of artillery rounds targeting North-Korea because it threatened military response incase if South-Korean military joined US this week.

The South Korean defence ministry said their people living in that targeted area were told to leave their homes immediately, North Korea did not fire back but it wrote a letter warning South Korea that if they don’t stop their loudspeaker broadcasts along the border, they will take military action.

On August 10th, South Korea resumed the tactic of blasting anti-North-Korean propaganda using loudspeakers within the border, fortunately both sides did not get any damages or casualties within their territories.

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