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South Korean workers return from joint industrial zone in North

Returning from North Korea - South Korean workers are pulled out of Kaesong factory park by Seoul. The jointly run industrial zone, located just north of the armed border, is the last remaining channel of exchange between the two Koreas. The move occurred after Pyongyang rejected a call for formal talks, deepening the conflict between the two countries. One worker said he hoped the situation would be resolved soon. SOUNDBITE) (Korean) RETURNED SOUTH KOREAN WORKER, WHO REFUSED TO GIVE HIS NAME, SAYING: "I was supposed to work today, but I had to come out as the factory got shut down. I feel very sad. I hope things get normalized soon so that I can work again." South Korea's unification ministry said 126 workers, including one Chinese worker had returned, as well as 75 vehicles. Fifty remaining workers are due to return on Monday. Meanwhile, South Korean foreign minister Yun Byung-Se met with U. S Deputy Secretary of State William Burns in

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