Soldier shot by North Korean guards as he defects to South The Guardian

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North Korean Soldier Shot By Comrades Along DMZ While Defecting To South

- taskandpurpose.com
14 Nov 2017
Most defectors attempting to reach the South travel through China; however, in recent years, several North Korean soldiers have managed to make it across the DMZ, often under harrowing circumstances. In 2012, for example, a soldier made it to the South after murdering his superiors, according to The New York Times.

North Koreans shoot, wound soldier defecting to South at DMZ

14 Nov 2017
In 1984, North Korean and U.N. Command soldiers traded gunfire after a Soviet citizen defected by sprinting to the South Korean sector of the truce village. The incident left three North Korean soldiers and one South Korean soldier dead. In 1998, a North Korean solider fled to South Korea via Panmunjom.
- militarytimes.com

North Korean Soldier Shot by Own Troops as He Defects to the South

- kinyutaka.com
14 Nov 2017
In 1984, a gunfight erupted at Panmunjom when a citizen from what was then the Soviet Union dashed across the border to defect to the West. North Korean troops opened fire to stop him, and South Korean border guards fired back. One South Korean soldier and three North Korean border guards were killed.

Soldier shot by fellow North Koreans as he defects to South

14 Nov 2017
SEOUL, South Korea -- North Korean troops fired on a fellow soldier who was defecting to South Korea on Monday across the heavily armed border dividing the countries, South Korean officials said, amid heightened tensions over the North's nuclear weapons program.
- thespec.com

North Korean soldier shot by other North Korean soldiers as he defects to South Korea

- winteryknight.com
14 Nov 2017
[...]The defector drove a vehicle toward the border line inside Panmunjom, and then left the vehicle, running south while he was fired upon by other North Korean soldiers, according to the American-led United Nations Command, which oversees the 1953 armistice that halted the Korean War.

North Korea soldier shot six times by his own side as he defects to South

14 Nov 2017
A South Korean military officer, second left, wearing an armband of the Joint Security Area of Panmunjom, looks on as medical members treat an unidentified injured person, believed to be a North Korean soldier who defected, at a hospital in Suwon, south of Seoul, on November 13, 2017. (AFP/YONHAP)
- timesofisrael.com

North Korea soldier shot six times as he defected to South

- hindustantimes.com
14 Nov 2017
A South Korean military officer (2nd L), wearing an armband of the Joint Security Area of Panmunjom, looks on as medical members treat an unidentified injured person, believed to be a North Korean soldider who defected, at a hospital in Suwon, south of Seoul, on November 13, 2017. (AFP Photo)
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