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S. Korean Rail Project Could Restore Severed Connection

South Korea has launched a rare railway building project that could restore an inter-Korean railway that has been disconnected for 70 years. Seoul plans to start the project by renovating the southern side of the Gyongwon Line that once connected the South Korean capital with the eastern North Korean city of Wonsan. The South plans to spend $130 million for the construction, according to South Korea’s Unification Ministry, which handles inter-Korean affairs. The South formally...

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