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Over It

MILITARY DEMARCATION LINE, KOREA

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in shake hands across the line that divides their countries on April 27. It was just before their historic daylong meeting in “truce village,” the site of the Korean Armistice Agreement signing in 1953. Moon and Kim—the first North Korean leader to go to the South in more than six decades—committed to denuclearization and pledged a formal end to the Korean War.

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