North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has reportedly scrapped military action plans against South Korea.
According to the regime's state-run media Rodong Shinmun Wednesday, Kim reportedly held up plans to take military action against Seoul during the preliminary Central Military Commission meeting of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea.
This comes after Kim's sister, Kim Yo-jong, made clear last week that she "gave instructions to the arms of the department in charge of the affairs with enemy to decisively carry out the next action."
Under that guidance, the North Korean military said exactly a week ago that it will deploy troops to two joint economic projects with the South, the Mount Keumgang tourist area and the Kaeseong Industrial Zone.
We'll have more details in our later newscast.