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N. Korea Rejects South's Offer to Resume Family Reunions

North Korea has rejected a South Korean proposal to resume reunions of families separated during the countries' 1950s conflict. South Korean President Park Geun-hye had suggested the meetings, last held in 2010, take place at the end of this month during the Lunar New Year holiday. But on Thursday, the North's official Korean Central News Agency cited a regular U.S.-South Korea joint military drill as a reason the reunions could not be held. It quoted officials as saying the...

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