About 180 people separated after1950-53 Korean war get first chance to meet since reunions were halted in 2015

A group of about 180 Koreans has been selected for a series of family reunions this month, the first such meetings to be held in three years as part of a continuing rapprochement between North and South Korea.

Families divided at the end of the 1950-53 Korean war periodically get a chance to meet relatives on the other side and the latest round comes in the wake of a historic summit between the leaders of the North and South in April.

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