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North Korea flies rubbish-filled balloons to South in ‘tit-for-tat’ attack

North Korea has sent hundreds of balloons loaded with rubbish and faeces across the heavily fortified border to the South. The South Korean military released photos on Wednesday, some showing rubbish strewn around collapsed balloons, with the word “excrement” written on a bag in one photograph. The North said that the swarm, containing toilet paper and suspected animal faeces, was a response to South Korean propaganda campaigns using balloons. “We sternly warn the North to immediately stop its inhumane and low-class actions,” said Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff. “The North’s actions “clearly violate international laws and seriously threaten the safety of our people,” it added. Rubbish from a balloon sent by North Korea, in Seoul, South Korea, on May 29, 2024 [Handout/South Korea Presidential Office via AP] The military’s explosives ordnance unit and chemical and biological warfare response team were deployed to inspect and collect the objects, and an alert was issued warning residents to keep away and report any sightings to authorities. Aljazeera

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.