Agence France-Presse, Seoul, South Korea | World | Wed, August 05 2015, 9:59 AM
The widow of late South Korean president Kim Dae-Jung flew to North Korea on Wednesday, hoping the rare trip would help ease the perennial tensions that have stymied efforts at cross-border cooperation.
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