An emotional day on the Korean peninsula. Hundreds of elderly South Koreans have crossed the border to the North for their first and last chance to meet family members after decades of separation. The reunions are the first since early last year.
South and North Korea have agreed that Pyongyang will send a 140-strong orchestra to perform at next month's Winter Olympics. The agreement has come as the two sides continue to hold rare working-level talks.
The two Koreas have agreed to discuss plans by Pyongyang to send an art troupe to perform at this year's Winter Olympics. The South has also proposed that the two countries should field a combined ice hockey team.
Delegations from North and South Korea are holding talks for the first time in over two years. Despite symbolic significance, a breakthrough is not to be expected. Fabian Kretschmer reports from Seoul.
The two Koreas have agreed to hold military talks after their first official talks in two years, where they discussed the upcoming Winter Olympics. They also agreed to reopen a military hotline linking the countries.
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