Two Koreas to Go Ahead With Reunions of Families Split by War – New York Times

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New York Times
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea agreed Friday to honor its earlier agreement to allow hundreds of elderly people separated by the Korean War six decades ago to reunite with their long-lost relatives later this month, officials in Seoul said. North Korea
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