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Families hoping North Korea keeps reunion commitment
Kim called for talks on Mount Geumgang to be restarted on Jan. 24, when he offered to renew reunions. Kim has played politics with the planned reunions, demanding that the United States and South Korea cancel annual military drills due to start Feb. 24. He canceled scheduled reunions in September four days before their start. Once at the site, the families participate in a group banquet and are given alone time with their relatives. The departures have produced scenes of sobbing octogenarians, reaching up to touch bus windows in a final goodbye.
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