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Ten Korean Americans to exchange letters with family in North Korea

North Korea has agreed to allow ten Korean Americans to exchange letters with their family members in the community regime, with whom they were separated since the Korean War. This pilot agreement will be carried out by the Red Cross, and may be followed by actual reunions in the future, reports the Korea Times.

Flogging Hope in North Korea

The top American envoy to North continues to sound hopeful about a new round of North Korea diplomacy

In the wake of the shelling of Yeonpyeong island, the US and South Korea held large-scale military exercises in the area.

China has called for a resumption of six-party nuclear disarmament talks but the US, Japan and South Korea have so far been reluctant to agree without a sign from Pyongyang that it is sincere.

In recent days, however, statements from both the Koreas have appeared more conciliatory, suggesting talks could be a possibility.

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