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North Korea GPS jamming hits South Korea flights

Electronic jamming signals from North Korea which have affected scores of civilian flights in South Korea were continuing unabated on Thursday, officials said, amid simmering cross-border tensions. “GPS (global positioning system) jamming signals are continuing this morning,” Son Dong-Hwan, a transport ministry deputy director, told AFP. As of 9:00 am (0000 GMT), a total of [...]
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