North and South Korea have reached a tentative agreement to hold family reunification talks for those separated by war, reports the Voice of America.
But years of disagreement don’t end easily and the two sides are battling over where the talks should be held. South Korea would like to hold the talks at the border village of Panmunjom. The North would like the talks at at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, which used to be a joint venture between the two countries.
No family reunions have been held since 2010. The Korean War in 1950-53 divided millions of families, but only tens of thousands remain alive today.
You can read more about these pending talks in the Voice of America.