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North Korea Crisis

Two Koreas aim to jump-start economic cooperation

Moon and Kim talk of modernizing railways and roads

A South Korean security guard stands watch on an empty road leading to the Kaesong industrial complex.   © Reuters

SEOUL -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed to resume cross-border family reunions at their historic summit on Friday, but they were also looking ahead to eventually reviving joint economic activities.

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