North Korea: A Case of Frustration


Along the 151-mile Demilitarized Zone separating North and South Korea, North Korean soldiers have taken to using female dogs in making their patrols. Reason: they hope that the bitches, when in heat, will lure South Korea's male patrol dogs away from their handlers—thus winning canine defections to the North. This petty bit of harassment shows just how far the Communist North Koreans are willing to go to stir up trouble on the border. They have increased their subversion and infiltration attempts by 40% this year, and in recent weeks have continued to step up the pace.

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