North Korea accepts offer for family reunions

DPRK change earlier stance on family reunions in a continuation of recent peaceful overtures
January 24th, 2014
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The North Korean government has accepted earlier South Korean proposals on Friday to hold reunions for family members separated during the Korean War, in an effort to bolster co-operation on the peninsula.

The message was sent via fax from the North’s Red Cross to its Southern equivalent, suggesting that the event be held after the

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Leo Byrne is an NK News contributor based in London

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