Seoul, South Korea (CNN)North Korea and South Korea have reached an agreement to de-escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula, the South Korean Yonhap News Agency reported Monday.
South Korea will get the apology it demanded over recent military escalation by the North, and South Korea will stop broadcasting propaganda that infuriated the North.
North Korea says it "regrets" that South Korean soldiers were injured by landmines and lifts its "semi-state of war" under an agreement by the two countries, Yonhap reports. South Korea will stop its propaganda broadcasts over the border on Tuesday.
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