REUNITED KOREANS GIVEN PRIVACY

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SEOUL: Around 80 elderly South Koreans on Friday met privately with North Korean relatives they haven’t seen for 60 years, on the second day of a highly charged reunion for families separated by the Korean War. In contrast to the previous day when their tearful and, in some cases, clearly traumatic meetings were played out in front of TV cameras, they were allowed three hours in their own rooms to try to bridge the decades of separation.

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