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North, South Korea Set for Summit

The leaders of North and South Korea will meet in Pyongyang Tuesday for the second time since the Korean War. Families of approximately 600 South Koreans kidnapped by the North want South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun to push hard for their release but fear this meeting is merely a political stunt. President Roh has already said he does not plan to make an issue of North Korea's nuclear weapons.

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