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Wildlife preserve planned for Korean demilitarized zone

North Korea has taken a first step toward creating a wildlife preserve in the heavily armed area dividing the Korean Peninsula, a conservation group said Thursday. The demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea has been all but off limits to people since the fighting stopped in 1953. The result is a 240-kilometer, or 150-mile, strip of nearly pristine nature. Full Story

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