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North Korea relents on crossing border to factory park

North Korea on Tuesday allowed South Koreans back into a lucrative factory just across the border, a day after the reclusive state accused its neighbor and the United States of threatening war. Officials had to exchange a note by hand on who would cross the border because the North on Monday cut off a military hotline — the usual method of communication — in anger at the start of annual military exercises by U.S. and South Korean troops near the heavily defended border until March 20. Full Story

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