Korea Reconciliation Developments

NPR's Ted Clark reports on the possibility that North Korea has privately agreed to allow US troops to remain on the Korean peninsula, as part of the reconciliation between North and South Korea. South Korea's President Kim Dae-Jung says he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il reached an agreement during a June summit meeting that the remaining US troops would help stabilize the region.



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