Liu Yipeng was a classmate of the two earlier victims

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Kaesong shut down in April amid heightened tensions in the region

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The Kaesong factory park was the last remaining vestige of inter-Korean rapprochement

North and South Korea agree talks over Kaesong factory park

The complex generated nearly $2 bn a year in cross-border trade

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According to the California-based security firm a single hacking group is responsible for attacks that coincided with the 63rd anniversary of the start of the Korean War this week, as well as hacks in March 2013 that wiped computer hard drives at South Korean banks and broadcasters.

South Korean cyberattacks linked to known DarkSeoul gang by Symantec Security

North Korea has been blamed for previous cyberattacks on South Korean banks and government

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Pyongyang invites US for talks to 'ease tension on Korean peninsula'

Talks aim at cooling relations after leader Kim Jong-un threatened nuclear war earlier this year

The planned venue for the Koreas' first high-level meeting, at the Grand Hilton Hotel in Seoul, South Korea - the talks have now been scrapped

North and South Korea ditch breakthrough talks set for this week - because they can't agree who should lead delegations

Meeting promised a cool in relations after a tense few months on the peninsula

North Korea's chief delegate Kim Song-Hye (right) and her South Korean counterpart Chun Hae-Sung (left) at the end of the inter-Korean talks

North and South Korea announce diplomatic breakthrough with talks set for this week

Meeting could cool relations after a tense few months

North and South Korea agree to meet for talks

The talks will be the Koreas' first government-level negotiations since South Korean President Park Geun-hye took office in February

A researcher works near the carcass of a woolly mammoth found on a remote island in the Arctic Ocean

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Discovery in Siberia passed on to researchers who hope to clone extinct animal

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