Monday, August 27, 2007

[ News, Nation, August 14 2007] Separated families of two Koreas continue video reunions

Scores of Korean families separated for over half a century were reunited Tuesday (Aug. 14) via video links set up in North Korea's capital Pyongyang and nine South Korean cities.

The video reunion, the sixth of its kind, began Monday for a two-day run, with 40 families from both sides meeting their relatives via large screens, a Unification Ministry official said.

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