South Korean chief delegate Kim Kyou-hyun, second from right, shakes hands with his North Korean counterpart Won Tong Yon, third from left
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North and South Korea meet for high-level talks

Officials from North and South Korea are holding their highest level talks in six years at a village on the border between their two countries.

There is no official agenda, but discussions are expected to cover a range of issues including a planned reunion of families separated since the 1950-53 Korean War.

Lucy Williamson reports from Seoul.

  • 12 Feb 2014
  • From the section Asia
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