North and South Korea Hold Talks on Linking up Railways Again
The Times - North and South Korea are discussing reconnecting railway lines between their countries in a symbolic act of reunification that could also provide a big economic boost to the peninsula.
Teams from Seoul and Pyongyang met in Paju, on the border, a day after the 68th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. It is the latest in a series of negotiations aimed at establishing co-operative projects and trust.
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