S. Korea Vows Retaliation Against N. Korea For DMZ Attack
South Korea blames North Korea for burying land mines that seriously wounded two South Korean soldiers.By Ryan Biek | August 10, 2015
According to the South Korean Defense Ministry, North Korean soldiers sneaked roughly a quarter-mile into the South Korean half of the Demilitarized Zone and buried land mines that wounded two South Korean soldiers.
Both soldiers suffered serious leg injuries, with one needing to have both legs amputated. The New York Times quotes a South Korean military spokesman saying, "We swear a severe retaliation." (Video via Arirang News)
South Korean officials had originally dismissed North Korea as being responsible for the Aug. 4 incident.