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Tensions Escalate between North and South Korea

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Tensions have escalated among North Korea and South Korea after North Korea closed all channels of communication to rival South Korea. According to an information, on Monday, North Korea has begun to re-establish loud speakers on the Inter-Korean border. In addition, it is also sending leaflets and pamphlets against South Korea. Meanwhile, South Korea has appealed its neighbor to stop these action.

North Korea has been campaigning against South Korea with these loud speakers. However, they were lifted after they reached an agreement in 2018. In addition, North Korea has started campaigning against its rival by dropping leaflets and pamphlets tied to hydrogen balloons. Earlier North Korea had opposed the distribution of these pamphlets by a group of activists from South Korea.

North Korea has expressed resentment against the US and South Korea by campaigning with leaflets and pamphlets. Tensions have remained between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump since the second summit meeting in Vietnam in February last year. People living in both countries express their anger in similar ways.

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