North Korea Sends Reconciliation Letter to South Korea
Dismissed by South Korean government
North Korea has sent an open letter to the South calling for reconciliation and an end to "hostile military acts".
The letter, published in North Korea's state media, comes weeks before South Korea is due to hold joint military drills with the US.
South Korea dismissed the letter as having a "hidden motive".
Correspondents say that tensions on the Korean peninsula traditionally rise ahead of the annual drills, which Pyongyang has condemned as provocative.