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South Korean Chung Hack-soon (center), 76, talks with Red Cross officials at the headquarters of the Korea Red Cross in Seoul on Aug. 16, 2013, to fill out an application form to reunite with her family members who live in North Korea. South Korean President Park Geun-hye proposed the previous day that the two Koreas hold a reunion next month of families still separated 60 years after the Korean War, another sign of easing tensions after a spring that saw the neighbors threatening war. (Associated Press)
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South Korean Chung Hack-soon (center), 76, talks with Red Cross officials at the headquarters of the Korea Red Cross in Seoul on Aug. 16, 2013, to fill out an application form to reunite with her family members who live in North Korea. South Korean President Park Geun-hye proposed the previous day that the two Koreas hold a reunion next month of families still separated 60 years after the Korean War, another sign of easing tensions after a spring that saw the neighbors threatening war. (Associated Press)

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