South Korea Recovers Crashed Drone on Border Island

South Korea is investigating whether a drone that crashed on one of its islands originated in North Korea, according to reports Tuesday. An unmanned aircraft fell on the island of Baengnyeong at around 4 p.m. Monday (3 a.m. ET) after the two countries exchanged hundreds of shells in disputed waters off their western coast, NBC News reported. A military official told Reuters that the South is looking into any possible link between the drone and the espionage operations of Kim Jong Un's regime.

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