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200 KOREANS TO SEE LONG-LOST RELATIVES

North and South Korea on Saturday exchanged lists of 100 people from each side to participate in temporary reunions with relatives whom they have not seen since the Korean War in the early 1950s.

A group of 100 North Koreans will fly to Seoul to have three-day reunions with their long-lost relatives, beginning Feb. 26. Simultaneously, 100 South Koreans will have similar reunions in Pyongyang, the communist North's capital.

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