South Korean border island warns residents to stay inside amid North Korea drills

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South Korea’s border island of Yeonpyeong warned residents to stay inside Sunday, local officials told AFP, as North Korea was conducting live-fire drills near the maritime border for a third consecutive day.

“North Korean gunfire is currently being heard,” said a text message sent to all residents, details of which were confirmed to AFP by local officials. “Residents are advised to be careful about outdoor activities.”

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