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The two Koreas exchanged fire across the heavily fortified border on Sunday.
This is just the latest in a series of armed clashes and it further raises concerns that plans for high-level political talks could fall apart.
Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff says the incident took place at around 5.40 p.m., Korea time at the Military Demarcation Line near the border city of Paju, after roughly 10 North Korean soldiers were seen approaching the heavily fortified border.
The exchange of fire lasted about 10 minutes.
There were no reports of casualties or property damage in South Korea, though no details are known about the situation in the North.