Koreas mark truce, but drills underscore tension
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Koreas mark truce, but drills underscore tension

North and South Korea Tuesday were marking the anniversary of the 1953 truce that ended the Korean War. But joint U.S.-South Korean military drills and the North's objections to them were underscoring continuing tensions in the region. (The Associated Press)

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