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North and South Korea unite

By GuardianTV Music
30 April 2018   |   3:58 pm
Once sworn enemies, the nations of North Korea and South Korea have agreed to end their age-long hostilities. The historic moment came after the two leaders, Kim Jong-un (North Korea) and Moon Jae-in (South Korea) held talks and shook hands across the demarcation line separating the two countries.

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