In July 1953, the Korean War ended. An armistice was signed. A demilitarized zone was created. And one Asian peninsula and its people were dived in half. Sixty years later the Korean peninsula remains divided. Despite some movement toward increased communication and collaboration between North and South Korea over the years, a demilitarized zone still exists. And now a new North Korean leader has ratcheted up the tension on the peninsula yet again.
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