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Tense Standoff Continues for 60th Year in Korean DMZi
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April 18, 2013 6:39 PM
The tense situation on the Korean peninsula may be the world’s most urgent security challenge. However, unlike threats from Iran or Syria’s civil war, the Korean situation has been unresolved for more than 60 years. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman has details from the conflict's most recognized flashpoint: Panmunjom in the Korean DMZ (demilitarized zone).

Tense Standoff Continues for 60th Year in Korean DMZ

Published April 18, 2013

The tense situation on the Korean peninsula may be the world’s most urgent security challenge. However, unlike threats from Iran or Syria’s civil war, the Korean situation has been unresolved for more than 60 years. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman has details from the conflict's most recognized flashpoint: Panmunjom in the Korean DMZ (demilitarized zone).


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