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Koreas Begin Second Round of Family Reunions

Hundreds of South Koreans have crossed the border into North Korea for the second round of family reunions this week, connecting families separated for six decades by the political division resulting from the Korean War. Some 250 South Koreans, mostly elderly, passed through an immigration office at the heavily fortified border Saturday before boarding buses that will take them to a resort for closely monitored meetings with their long-lost relatives. The family members will have 12 hours...

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