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Two Koreas agree to broadcast Moon-Kim summit live

Question of Kim inspecting military guard of honor still not clarified

SEOUL -- Officials from the two Koreas agreed today to broadcast live the historic summit between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un on April 27.   

Twelve officials from North and South Korea spent over five hours discussing protocol, security, and media arrangement at Panmunjom Truce Village in the demilitarized zone where the summit is to be held.

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