Officials from North and South Korea wrapped up talks Wednesday, agreeing to further discussions on economic cooperation and proposed reunions of families, but remaining undecided on when to hold talks on a proposed cross-border railway.
While officials from North and South Korean resumed talks on Tuesday aimed at fostering cooperation, continuing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea threatened to derail a diplomatic pact aimed at freezing its reported nuclear weapons program.
Amid tight security, President Bush arrived at an airbase outside Seoul Tuesday, beginning a trip aimed at strengthening U.S.-South Korean ties.
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