February 20, 2017 12:42
North Korea has built an anti-aircraft gun battery and a large-scale military drill ground near the border town of Kaesong, Radio Free Asia reported Sunday.
RFA also posted imagery of the camp under the North Korean Army's 1344th Unit shot by a U.S. commercial satellite in October last year.
The broadcaster said that at least 12 anti-aircraft guns and military equipment are hidden in an underground military facility built in a hill in front of the camp and that the facility looks similar to several underground military facilities built near Pyongyang recently.
The drill ground has also been built west of the camp, it added.
They seem to have been built from August 2015 to October 2016. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited this camp in November last year.
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