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North Korea tells South Korea it wants 'shabby' Mt Kumgang resort rebuilt

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
North Korea has notified Seoul that it wants to discuss the rebuilding of facilities constructed by South Korea at the North's Mount Kumgang resort, an important symbol of cooperation between the Koreas, the government said on Friday.
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