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Biden visits the demilitarized zone on the Korean peninsula

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on Saturday (December 7), the heavily armed border between two Koreas during his visit to South Korea. At an observation post, he looked around the border area and across at North Korea through binoculars. Biden also met with U.S. soldiers serving at the border post and made a visit to the truce village of Panmunjom where the North and South Korean soldiers stand opposite each other, on their side of the military demarcation line. Pyongyang is technically still at war with South Korea and views Washington as an imperialist aggressor. Biden is scheduled to fly back to Washington after the DMZ visit.

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