“When can we meet?”: Koreans divided by war find little peace 65 years later

Hwang Rae-ha looks towards the north through a pair of binoculars in Ganghwa, South Korea, July 25, 2018. Picture taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Lim Sang-gyu

GYODONG ISLAND, South Korea (Reuters) – Retired South Korean farmer Hwang Rae-ha would love to see his mother again, but nearly 70 years after he last set eyes on her, he says he would settle for a photograph. “Too much time has passed by, and it is over now,” he told Reuters, standing near his […]

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