Dictator’s sister threatens North Korean army’s entry to DMZ

North Korea’s army says it stands ready to enter the demilitarized zone dividing the two Koreas following an order over the weekend from Kim Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo-long. The army stated on Tuesday that it is ready to “turn the front line into a fortress and heighten military vigilance.” In Seoul, the defense ministry replied that it is working with the US to closely monitor military moves in the North. The new tension is believed to have been triggered by cross-border propaganda leaflets, about which. Kim Yo-long commented: “Rubbish must be thrown into the dustbin.”


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