North Korea is building parts of a wall along its border with South Korea, according to new satellite images.

This construction, found in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), might break the truce between the countries, says BBC Verify.

The DMZ, a buffer zone, has seen land clearing, which experts call unusual.

This wall-building could be North Korea’s way of boosting its military presence and signaling it no longer wants reunification.

Experts warn this could escalate tensions and provoke more conflicts, especially with North Korea’s closer ties to Russia.

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