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A bullet believed to have been fired from outside a South Sudan barracks for Ground Self-Defense Force troops deployed on a U.N. peacekeeping mission was found in December 2013, a display at a GSDF camp in Kyoto Prefecture has revealed.

The Defense Ministry, which has a policy of not disclosing whether GSDF accommodations during peacekeeping missions have come under fire, said it was trying to confirm why the GSDF Fukuchiyama camp has exhibited the bullet at its museum.

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