Tuesday, July 28, 2015   

SKorea finds another drone on mountain
(05-14 12:04)

Another drone was found on a mountain near Seoul, South Korea's capital, after the defense ministry concluded three drones discovered in March and April were flown by North Korea, local media reported Wednesday.
A flying object, believed to be an unmanned aerial vehicle, was found on Mount Cheonggye, southeast of Seoul, military officials was quoted by local media as saying.
An unidentified hiker reported it to the police, who transferred it to the military. A military investigation team was dispatched to the scene to recover and examine where it came from.
The UAV was similar in color with the three drones, which the South Korean military claimed came from the North, but it was different in shape with the three drones. --Xinhua   
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