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Separated Families Pay Emotional Price for Korea Division

Next month, barring a North Korean missile test or another incident that might escalate regional tensions, North and South Korea will arrange reunions for 200 family members who were forced apart by division of the country 70 years ago. So far the program has reconnected only a fraction of the more than 60,000 divided Korean families, and activists have been appealing to both Koreas to put aside political differences on this issue. “When it comes to the reunions of the separated...

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