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A state-run radio station in North Korea broadcast a series of cryptic numbers Friday, which could likely be a coded message for its agents in South Korea, Yonhap News Agency reported. The broadcast comes within a week of the isolated nation sending out random numbers Sunday.
The latest numbers were broadcast on Radio Pyongyang just about an hour after midnight Seoul time (11 a.m. EST Thursday), according to Yonhap, which added that this was the fourth such possible message put out this month.
The South Korean news agency noted that the announcement of cryptic numbers  are viewed as a sort of book cipher used by Pyongyang to assign missions to secret agents operating in the neighboring rival country. However, several intelligence officials believe that such a form of communication or sending orders is obsolete.
Furthermore, Yonhap reported that putting random numbers on air is also believed to be a kind of sort of psychological …