NORTH, SOUTH KOREA HOLD TALKS ON FAMILY REUNIONS

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SEOUL: North and South Korea held talks on Friday on resuming reunions for families separated for decades by the 1950-1953 Korean War as they seek to build on a recent easing of cross-border tensions. The reunion program was suspended after the North’s shelling of a South Korean border island in November 2010, and its resumption after three years would mark a symbolic but important step.
AFP

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