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Ely Buendia has denied rumors of an Eraserheads reunion concert, saying he is not aware of it happening this year or in the future.
Those reunion centres located across the country have not been used for more than a decade since the two Koreas held their latest video reunions in 2007.
sanctions committee on North Korea approved South Korea's request to permit relevant equipment to be sent to the North for the video reunions on humanitarian grounds.
Types of reunions span from annual family reunions to high school and college reunions, and from gatherings of former work colleagues to annual group vacations.
North and South Korean Red Cross officials kicked off talks Monday on organizing a rare and emotional reunion for families separated by the Korean War.
Class of 1974: A 40-year reunion will be held at 6 p.m.
il a declare que les reunions porteront sur l'integration economique africaine ajoutant que ces reunions representent une bonne chance pour le Soudan a realiser de gains economiques dans le pays.
We are aware that a number of former pupils are still out there and whilst having made enquiries about the reunions, have decided not to attend.
TEHRAN (FNA)- South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday called for new talks with North Korea on allowing families separated by the Korean War to exchange letters and hold reunions via video conferencing.
Seoul: South Korean President Park Geun-Hye Tuesday called for new talks with North Korea on allowing families separated by the Korean War to exchange letters and hold reunions via video conferencing.
| TOKYO, Jan 29 (KUNA) -- South Korea demanded of North Korea on Wednesday to clarify its position on reunions for families separated by the 1950-53 Korean War amid Pyongyang's silence on Seoul's offer, Yonhap News Agency reported.
Pyongyang -- North Korea is indefinitely postponing scheduled reunions of families separated by the Korean War, a government statement said on Saturday.