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Rogue South Korea soldier shoots himself, ending long stand-off

A military ambulance transporting a conscript soldier who shot and killed five comrades, travels to a hospital in Goseong June 23, 2014.   REUTERS/Han Jae-ho/News1

A military ambulance transporting a conscript soldier who shot and killed five comrades, travels to a hospital in Goseong June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Han Jae-ho/News1

A military ambulance transporting a conscript soldier who shot and killed five comrades, travels to a hospital in Goseong June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Han Jae-ho/News1
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South Korean soldiers take position during a search and arrest operation as troops standoff with a conscript soldier who shot and killed five comrades in Goseong June 23, 2014.  REUTERS/Hwang Gwang-mo/Yonhap

South Korean soldiers take position during a search and arrest operation as troops standoff with a conscript soldier who shot and killed five comrades in Goseong June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Hwang Gwang-mo/Yonhap

South Korean soldiers take position during a search and arrest operation as troops standoff with a conscript soldier who shot and killed five comrades in Goseong June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Hwang Gwang-mo/Yonhap
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