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Kim Dong-hun inspects the wooden grave markers at the “enemy cemetery,” where Chinese and North Korean soldiers who died in the Korean War are buried, just south of the Demilitarized Zone in Paju, South Korea. Mr. Kim, a South Korean who lives near the cemetery, would like to see it upgraded to make it a tourist destination. “My fellow countrymen were left in the wild by themselves. So lonely,” said Chinese businessman Huang Zhun (below), the son of a Korean War veteran who survived. (Associated Press)

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