North Korea Bombs Liaison Office With South Korea

The totalitarian and cruel regime of North Korea bombed a joint liaison office that is typically inhabited by South Koreans, Breitbart reported Tuesday.

South Korean media confirmed the attack with shocking video shared by the Associated Press:

The office, located in Kaesong, was destroyed and turned to rubble.

According to Breitbart, “the attack occurred about a week after Pyongyang stopped answering a direct phone line established in 2018 so that both sides could speak on a twice-daily basis, an attempt to maintain peaceful communications.”

The office was built exclusively with South Korean funds, costing taxpayers in the country $13.9 million for the nearly two years it has existed.

“South Korean news outlets have not at press time reported any casualties, although the bombing occurred on a weekday afternoon,” Breitbart reported.

For more on the sickening bombing, click here.

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