DMZ Zone in North and South Korea
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The Demilitarized zone is a 2.4 stretch of no-man's land carved out of the 148 mile border. It is off-limits for troops and any weapons.
Loud speakers across the North Korean border play loud music and sloganeering to attract defectors to the other side.
Fights after the division of the Korea's lead to the death of around 900 soldiers and 2 million civilians.
North Korea is developing nuclear weapons, which is increasing tensions between North and South Korea.
The DMZ is monitored by troops in guard towers. They shoot down anyone who crosses the border.
In the middle of the DMZ is the Military Demarcation line. Anyone who crosses it is likely to be shot down.
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