June 02, 2020

North Korea fires close to 100 artillery shells into East Sea
North Korea stages artillery exercise for over 30 minutes near the North-South border

North Korea fired close to 100 artillery shells into the East Sea on Monday in a continuation of recent military activity conducted near the North-South border.

The shells were fired from a location close to the demilitarized zone (DMZ) that separates North and South Korea and landed in waters north of the disputed maritime border, the Northern Limit Line (NLL).