South Korea landslides: Seoul residents warned over exposed landmines

Reuters: South Koreans have been warned to beware of exposed landmines and explosives after the heaviest rainfall in a century caused landslides in and around the capital which killed more than 70 people and swamped homes and military installations. The defence ministry said around 10 landmines buried during the 1950-53 Korean war near Mount Umyeon in southern Seoul had not been recovered after a mudslide in the area. Explosives were also swept from an ammunition depot in Yangju, north of Seoul, when......

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