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South Korea fires warning shots near North Korean ship

Christian Fernsby ▼ | November 30, 2019
South Korea's military fired warning shots to repel a North Korean merchant ship after it violated their disputed western sea boundary, Seoul officials said, the second such incident in two months.
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Defense in Asia   It's the second time that South Korea has fired warning shots
Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that it believes the North Korean ship crossed the sea boundary due to bad weather and an engine problem.

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No further violence was reported.

It's the second time that South Korea has fired warning shots to drive back a North Korean ship in the area since South Korea's current liberal government took office in 2017.

The first incident happened in September, according to South Korea's military.


 

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