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Heavy rain in South Korea washes away several mines along the border

Beijing, August 13, Seoul, August 13 (Xinhua) according to the South Korean Ministry of defense, the border area has been hit by torrential rain for days, and eight mines have been washed away. < p > < p > since August 1, there have been many continuous rainstorms in South Korea. As of the 13th, 33 people were killed and more than 7800 people were affected. South Korea and North Korea border areas have been pouring rain, once leading to the collapse of iron fences. According to the South Korean military, front-line forces have been searching for and clearing mines that may have been washed away from the demilitarized zone or other areas. According to reports, as of 13 days, 8 mines have been found. At present, access restrictions have been imposed on nearby areas, and personnel have been deployed to carry out mine investigation. During the Korean War, the warring parties laid a large number of mines on the Korean Peninsula, some of which are still buried on the Korean border. At the end of July 2010, affected by the flood, some mines were washed into South Korea, causing one death and one injury. Scientists have made ultra-high-speed terahertz wireless chips that deliver faster than 5g

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