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World News
The meeting on Sunday might "only be a handshake," said Trump. "But that's okay; a handshake means a lot."
World News
The move was part of a pact to reduce tension and build trust on the divided peninsula.
The WorldPost
The soldier was unarmed and there was no exchange of fire, a South Korean military official says.
The WorldPost
The country also conducted its fourth nuclear test this year.

Travel
Welcome to the most heavily militarized border in the world.
Travel
ME: I don't know. What's the Concrete Wall? I was in, and we were off. FRESH HANDLER: You want go Concrete Wall? ME: What
Science
These three cases show that the environment can sometimes benefit from conflict.
The World Post
When the first reunion was organized in 2000, it was a diplomatic milestone symbolizing the end of a long chill between North and South Korea, reaffirming their commitment to reunification. Today, the status quo has evolved so much that the political potency of reunions has all but dissipated.
The WorldPost
North Korea expressed regret for landmine blasts; South Korea agreed to end propaganda broadcasts. The two sides also agreed to arrange opportunities for family reunification.
The WorldPost
While the two nations have technically been at war since 1953, tension has sharply increased of late.
The World Post
Note: Our accounts contain the personal recollections and opinions of the individual interviewed. The views expressed should
The WorldPost
South Korea accused the North of violating the armistice agreement that ended the 1950-53 Korean War.
The World Post
The soldier approached a remote South Korean guard post in Gangwon province's Hwacheon county, in the central area of the
Politics
When one of the world's most hostile boundaries starts to look good in any respect compared to our border with Mexico, we have probably taken our obsession with border security too far.