South Korea has broadcast anti-North propaganda across the border since the Pyongyang’s fourth nuclear test in early 2016. (Lim Tae-hoon/Newsis via AP)
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South Korea halted anti-North Korea propaganda broadcasts across their tense border Monday as officials from the two countries met again to work out details of their leaders' upcoming talks, expected to focus on the North's nuclear program.Yonhap earlier reported that some North Korean broadcasts were sporadically heard in the South Monday morning.South Korean defense officials said they couldn't immediately confirm the status of the North's broadcasts.Kim is to hold separate talks with U.S. President Donald Trump in May or early June in what would be the first North Korea-U.S. summit.U.S. officials have said they want the North to complete full nuclear disarmament.
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