Hopes rise for trans-Korean rail traffic

The South Korean survey train passed through the Demilitarised Zone between the two countries on November 30.

ASIA: The first train in a decade to cross the border between the two Koreas passed through the Demilitarised Zone on November 30 as negotiations begin to restore international rail traffic between the two countries.

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