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Morning Express: Thursday, February 20, 2014

Published 20/02/2014 | 06:16

North Korean Lee Yun-geun, 72, hugs his South Korean sister Lee Sun-hyang, 88, during their family reunion at the Mount Kumgang resort in North Korea. The six days of family reunions take place under the cloud of a U.N. report on human rights abuses in North Korea, which investigators have said were comparable to Nazi-era atrocities. A group of 100 South Koreans crossed the world's most heavily fortified border this morning, a frontier that separates two countries that remain at war after their conflict ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. Photo: Reuters/Lee Ji-eun/Yonhap
North Korean Lee Yun-geun, 72, hugs his South Korean sister Lee Sun-hyang, 88, during their family reunion at the Mount Kumgang resort in North Korea. The six days of family reunions take place under the cloud of a U.N. report on human rights abuses in North Korea, which investigators have said were comparable to Nazi-era atrocities. A group of 100 South Koreans crossed the world's most heavily fortified border this morning, a frontier that separates two countries that remain at war after their conflict ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. Photo: Reuters/Lee Ji-eun/Yonhap
Ellie Goulding attends the Universal music afterparty for The BRIT Awards 2014 at Soho House "Popup" Bar. Photo: Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images
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