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North and South Korea Unite Families #465922

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 30, 1972
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(Studio) In Pyangyang, North Korea, Red Cross delegations from North and South Korea meet officially for 1st time since Korean war. They hope to reunite 10 million families separated since World War II. South Koreans travel north via Panmunjon where truce talks held.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Panmunjon, Korea) Delegation to conduct full-scale negotiations with North Korean Red Cross. Atmosphere on DMZ (demilitarized zone) is cordial. Progress has been slow. Next meeting will be in Seoul, South Korea, September 13.
REPORTER: Jack Russell

Chancellor, John;
Russell, Jack

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