January 13 2011
A diplomatic hot line between North and South Korea has resumed operations after being offline for more than seven months, the New York Times reports.
The line connects a government office in North Korea with a corresponding facility in the South in the truce village of Panmunjom.
The line was one of three hot lines shut down by Pyongyang last May. It was never physically cut and the hardware remained in place, said a Unification Ministry official from the South. The North...
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