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South Korea says North blew up liaison office as tensions rise

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South Korea says North blew up liaison office as tensions rise

South Korea says North blew up liaison office as tensions rise

Pyongyang has made several threats against Seoul in recent days and had threatened to destroy the office set up in 2018.

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