High-level Korea talks resume

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – Diplomacy continues in the border village of Panmunjom where senior officials from North and South Korea have begun a second round of talks to reduce tensions that have led the countries to the brink of military confrontation.

At the same time, South Korea’s military says it detected unusual troop and submarine movements in North Korea that indicate Pyongyang is strengthening its capacity for a possible strike.

The talks were held shortly after a Saturday deadline set by North Korea for the South to dismantle loudspeakers broadcasting anti-North Korean propaganda at their border. North Korea had declared that its front-line troops were in full war readiness and prepared to go to battle if Seoul did not back down.

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