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- North Korean state media has not reported on US-South Korean military drills that began a week ago.
- The month-long joint military exercises usually agitate North Korea, which has responded with provocations in the past.
- As sanctions take hold, the silence may be part of Kim Jong Un’s hope to hold constructive talks with South Korea and the US in coming weeks.
North Korea has remained strangely silent as US-South Korean military drills got underway this month, an event that usually agitates the hermit state’s leader Kim Jong Un.
The latest joint military exercises, which were postponed until after the Winter Olympics, began on April 1. North Korea has a history of provocative actions during the drills but there has been no overt actions so far, and the country’s state media has made almost no mention of the drills.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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