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U.S. lands Korean War remains
North Korea turned over 19 sets of remains to the U.S. Army, part of a project to find thousands of American soldiers who went missing in the Korean War. The remains, in caskets draped with the United Nations flag, were loaded into black hearses after a ceremony outside 8th Army headquarters in Seoul. The remains were brought overland across the Demilitarized Zone that has divided North and South Korea since the end of the 1950-53 war. They were to be flown to Hawaii for identification.
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