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Pyongyang cuts military hotline with Seoul over leaflet campaign

Tensions are increasing on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea has shut down military hotlines with the South. Pyongyang says this is the first in a series of planned actions, describing its neighbour as 'the enemy'. And this time it's defector groups in the South that have got North Korea angry. Francis Collings reports. #KoreaTensions #Pyongyang #KimJongUn

North - South Korea relations get worse

North - South Korea relations get worse

Korea Tensions: South hopes Olympic talks bring about change

Korea Tensions: South hopes Olympic talks bring about change

The Korean summit sparks noodle cravings in Seoul

The Korean summit sparks noodle cravings in Seoul

North Korea marks 72nd foundation day

North Korea marks 72nd foundation day

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