North Korean drones arrive in South Korea amid heightened tensions between the two countries.

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A North Korean drone that has crossed the border in the past. This time Seoul failed to intercept anything.

Five North Korean drones flew over South Korea on Monday after crossing the South Korean border in the past five years, further escalating tensions between the two countries.

The South Korean military dispatched jets and helicopters to respond to the intrusion. 100 rounds were fired Not one of the drones could be shot down.

South Korean military sources said the “unmanned aerial vehicles” violated South Korean airspace in the border areas surrounding Gyeonggi Province, which surrounds its capital.

One of the drones Fly over the northern tip of Seoul before crossing the border again.

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