South Korea has resume propoganda broadcasts across its border with the North, in retaliation for an alleged land mine attack.
South Korea’s military promised “searing” consequences for the mine blasts, in which one soldier lost both legs, while his comrade lost one.
The explosions happened in the Seoul-controlled southern part of the Demilitarised Zone that has split the Korean Peninsula since fighting ended in the Korea War in 1953.
The decision to blast anti-North Korea messages on loudspeakers across the world’s most heavily-armed border for the first time in 11 years, is likely to infuriate Kim Jong-Un’s authoritarian regime.
On Monday, messages broadcast it two areas condemned the provocation of the alleged attacks… see more