North and South Korea agree to reunions of families separated by war.
Press Release Service – Wired PR News – The two Koreas have reportedly reached an agreement to aid in the reunions of families separated by war. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), North and South Korea plan to hold meetings for 200 families separated by the Korean War next month.
As noted by the AP, the agreement is one sign that the relationship between the nations is improving since the cease-fire of 1953, which ended the Korean War. Other signs reportedly include the decision of North Korea to free a South Korean worker and two American journalists detained for four months, as well as the country sending a representative to Seoul following the death of Kim Dae-jung, a former president of South Korea.
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