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Sea border hot issue at Koreas summit

Half a dozen South Korean sailors died in a gunbattle with North Korea five years ago defending what Seoul’s top minister on relations with Pyongyang now suggests could be changed: the sea border between the Koreas. Unification Minister Lee Jae-joung’s suggestion earlier this month left the country badly divided ahead of a rare summit with the North — stoking conservatives’ anger that is already simmering over allegations that simply holding the meeting itself is yet another capitulation to North Korean leader Kim Jong Il by the liberal government. Full Story

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