Koreas agree for family reunions
Sept.8, Seol: North and South Korea have agreed to hold rare reunions for families separated by the Korean War. Thousands of Koreans have been separated by the war.
The decision follows an agreement last month that sparked tensions in border which injured two South Korean soldiers in mine explosions.
The meetings will take place in October at a mountain resort in North Korea.
Such reunions started in 1988, and used to be annual were often cancelled in recent years, the last was held in 2014.
The Oslo Times