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YEONCHEON, SOUTH KOREA - JANUARY 08:  (SOUTH KOREA OUT) A loudspeaker is seen at a military base near the border between South Korea and North Korea on January 8, 2016 in Yeoncheon, South Korea. South Korea announced on January 7, 2016 that it would resume the broadcasts from the loudspeakers placed along the border, criticizing the North in response to its nuclear test. In August 2015, when the South Korean soldiers were maimed by land mines in DMZ, South Korea started the loudspeaker broadcasts and the North threatened to attack the speakers.  (Photo by Korea Pool-Donga Daily via Getty Images)
YEONCHEON, SOUTH KOREA - JANUARY 08:  (SOUTH KOREA OUT) A loudspeaker is seen at a military base near the border between South Korea and North Korea on January 8, 2016 in Yeoncheon, South Korea. South Korea announced on January 7, 2016 that it would resume the broadcasts from the loudspeakers placed along the border, criticizing the North in response to its nuclear test. In August 2015, when the South Korean soldiers were maimed by land mines in DMZ, South Korea started the loudspeaker broadcasts and the North threatened to attack the speakers.  (Photo by Korea Pool-Donga Daily via Getty Images)

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South Korea is dismantling a bank of loudspeakers along its border, which for years have been used to blast propaganda and music into North Korea.

South Korea begins dismantling propaganda speakers

South Korea is dismantling a bank of loudspeakers along its border, which for years have been used to blast propaganda and music into North Korea.