Two arrested for shooting at pro-Pyongyang group's Tokyo headquarters

TOKYO -- Two men were arrested Friday in connection with a shooting incident at the headquarters of a pro-Pyongyang group in Chiyoda Ward in central Tokyo, police officials said.

According to the police, the two men, believed to be right-wing activists, drove up to the gates of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan, known as Chongryon, just before 4 am local time on Friday, and fired several shots.

No one was reportedly injured in the incident as the bullets hit the gates.

The two men were immediately arrested on the spot by riot police who were stationed nearby.


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