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Hunt For U.S. Korean War Dead Will Take Months to Resume
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11 Jul 2018 03:59 PM EST

Reuters reported that North Korea may allow the United States to resume a search for thousands of American war dead from the 1950-53 Korean War, but it will be months before excavations can begin. Kelly McKeague, head of the U.S. agency that tracks down remains of U.S. soldiers, said “It takes anywhere from a few months to, in many cases, years, before we can make an identification." Kim Jong Un agreed at a June 12 summit with President Donald Trump to resume the recovery and repatriation of U.S. remains.

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