Photographs by The Associated Press
FILE -- In this June 14, 2000, file photo, South Korean President Kim Dae-jung, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il raise their arms together before signing a joint declaration during a summit in Pyongyang, North Korea. Leaders of the two Koreas have met only twice for summit talks during the last 70 years, and talks of a third summit flared again Wednesday, when the south's current liberal President Moon Jae-in said he's willing to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un if the success of the meeting is guaranteed. (Yonhap Pool Photo via AP, File)
Thursday, January 11, 2018
SEOUL, South Korea -- The leaders of the two Koreas have met only twice for summit talks during their 70 years of division along the world's most heavily fortified border.
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