SEOUL - North and South Korea kicked off a second day of high-level talks on Saturday, aimed at easing cross-border tensions just months after a flare-up pushed them to the brink of an armed conflict.
The vice-minister-level talks, with a mandate to address a broad but unspecified range of inter-Korean issues, were the first of their type for nearly two years. While no substantial breakthrough was expected, there was room for tangible progress with both sides seeking the resumption of stalled coo...
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