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DPRK,UN command in talks on ROK ship sinking

By Kwang-Tae Kim | China Daily | Updated: 2010-09-17 07:42

DPRK,UN command in talks on ROK ship sinking

An ROK soldier watches trucks carrying flour to the DPRK, on the Tongil Grand Bridge in Paju, north of Seoul on Thursday. The Gyeonggi Province office and civic groups of the ROK sent a total of 530 tons of flour to the DPRK's Kaesong. Lim Young-Sik / Yonhap Via Reuters

SEOUL - Military officers from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the US-led UN Command met on Thursday to discuss the deadly sinking of an Republic of Korea (ROK) warship amid promising signs that tensions are easing on the Korean Peninsula.

DPRK,UN command in talks on ROK ship sinking

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