N. And S. Korea Reach Deal

Investor's Business Daily
August 2015
Investors Business Daily;8/25/2015, pA01
5 Following days of talks, N. Korea agreed to end a "semi-war state" and express "regret" over the injury of 2 S. Korean soldiers from a land-mine believed to have been planted by the North. In exchange, Seoul agreed to quiet its loudspeaker propaganda broadcasts at the DMZ. Both sides also agreed to hold reunions for separated families and hold talks to improve north-south relations.


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