Koreas restart family reunion talks
North and South Korea have begun talks on resuming the reunions of families separated by the Korean War in 1950-53.
Korean Red Cross officials met at the border village of Panmunjom in an attempt to restart the reunions last held in October 2010.
The two sides remain technically at war because the conflict ended in an armistice and not a peace deal.
Lucy Williamson reports from Seoul.
23 Aug 2013
- From the section Asia