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Seoul describes Pyongyang's conditions to re-starting the Kaesong Industrial Complex as 'incomprehensible'
S Korea edging towards deal to ensure return of seven workers stuck at Kaesong complex run jointly with North.
Last workers at Kaesong complex in N Korea set to pull out amid tensions triggered by Pyongyang's nuclear war threats.
Workers leave the jointly-managed industrial complex after Pyongyang rejects calls for talks to re-open the facility.
South Korean official warns of a "grave measure" if North rejects offer to hold talks on Kaesong industrial zone.
Communist state warns 1.4 million foreigners in South Korea that peninsula could be headed for "thermo-nuclear" war.
South Korean business owners plan to send delegation to Pyongyang with appeal to resume work at border factories.
Most foreign governments have made it clear they will not be evacuating their staff, despite warning from Pyongyang.
Foreign countries asked to consider evacuating stay put and keep embassy staff working in Pyongyang despite threats.
Two missiles with estimated range of 3,000km reportedly moved to east coast, South Korea's Yonhap news agency says.
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