North and South Korea exchange gunfire across border


North and South Korea have exchanged gunfire early Sunday, just a day after Kim Jong-Un ended speculation about his health with a public appearance.

According to Seoul's military, multiple gunshots were fired from North Korea at 7:41 am (local time) at the Demilitarised Zone.

South Korea responded by firing "two rounds of gunfire and a warning announcement according to our manual".

No injuries were reported.

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