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Koreans Agree to Hold Rare Military Talks

South and North Korea agreed Friday to hold military talks on the level of generals for the first time in nearly two years and the South said they would focus on preventing naval clashes. South and North Korea fought deadly gun battles in 1999 and 2002 near their western maritime border, where fishing boats from the two rivals operate along the poorly marked sea frontier during crab season. Officials meeting at the border truce village of Panmunjom agreed to hold talks in late February or early March in Panmunjom. The last round of high-level military talks were held in June 2004, the second such negotiations. Full Story

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