North Korea isn’t answering South Korea’s calls: report
New York Post -

North Korea is screening its neighbor’s calls. Officials in South Korea have been phoning the hermit kingdom every day for the last year — to no avail, a report said Wednesday. Seoul uses a cross-border communication line to ring up Pyongyang at about 9 a.m. each workday, according to the South Korean Yonhap News Agency

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