After 65 Years, the War Is Over, North and South Korean Leaders Say

North and South Korea have agreed to stop all hostile acts over "land, sea and air" that can cause military tensions and clashes, after a summit between their leaders at a border truce village. The two nations also agreed to work to remove all nuclear weapons from the Korean Peninsula and pursue talks with the United States to declare an official end to the Korean War, The New York Times reported. Combat ended in 1953, but officially the conflict was never declared over.North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in announced Friday that starting May 1 they will suspend all loudspeaker propaganda broadcasts the countries have been blaring at each other across their heavily-armed border, the Associated Press reported. They will also dismantle broadcasting equipment.  Continue reading...

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