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A low single post, or one of a series, usually stone, set to prevent motor vehicles from entering an area.
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Yonhap News Agency reported the man told investigators that he swam across the sea border and reached the southern guard post.
RESIDENTS of Frenaros village woke up to automatic weapon fire in the early hours of yesterday, when a soldier went AWOL, abandoning his guard post and firing 15 shots into the air in the middle of the village square.
But the spokesman said it took about 20 minutes for the centre to notify the guard post that the aircraft was a civilian Airbus.
The guard post is, however, still standing and has not burnt down.
A South Korean anti-Japanese activist on Wednesday climbed onto the roof of a guard post at the Japanese Embassy in Seoul to protest Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's remarks disputing the Imperial Japanese Army forced foreign women into sexual slavery during World War II.
Two shots were fired from a North Korean military guard post toward our
Eight soldiers were killed and two seriously injured in 2005 when a soldier threw a grenade and sprayed bullets over sleeping colleagues at a frontline guard post north of Seoul.
On Saturday, army forces discovered explosives under a border guard post in Rafah and later found a detonator 800 meters away.
The Interior Ministry accused these fishermen to have set fire in the coast guard post of Sidi Youssef and a vehicle of the national guard.
Tenders are invited for Provn Of Rear Guard Post And Main Gate Near Stn Hq Raipur With Guard Att Toilet At Raipur
The view included a North Korean guard post, anti-US billboards, a fence tipped with razor wire and rocky hills largely denuded of trees and vegetation.
According to informed sources, the Japanese man in his early 40s was spotted near a South Korean military guard post in the northeastern province of Gangwon, near the military demarcation line between the two Koreas.