North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Doubles Down on Hostility With South


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North Korea has dismantled an influential organization formed to promote eventual reunification with the South, with Pyongyang-Seoul relations at their most fraught in decades. During a Saturday meeting of the Democratic Front for the Reunification of Korea's Central Committee, members decided the DFRK was no longer necessary at a time of hostility with "principal enemy" Seoul and formally dissolved it, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported Sunday. The nearly eight-decades-old DFRK was the latest result of Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un's campaign to purge any references to a reunification with the South. A formal peace treaty between the two...