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South Korea proposes military, family reunion talks with North Korea

Reuters India Monday, 17 July 2017
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea on Monday proposed military talks with North Korea this week, the first government-level talks since late 2015, in an effort to halt hostile activities near their joint border and after a series of missile tests by the North in recent weeks.
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South Korea has proposed holding talks with North Korea, the first government-level discussions since late 2015. The move comes after Seoul indicated the need for dialogue with the North was more pressing than ever to curb Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions. South Korea’s Defence Minister Suh Choo-Suk...

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