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Park Geun-hye

Frustration mounts as talks between the rival Koreas drag on

South Korea's president on Monday vowed a hard line and signaled Seoul's mounting frustration as marathon negotiations by senior officials from the rival Koreas stretched into a third day. Park Geun-hye said that without a clear North Korean apology for a land mine attack that maimed two soldiers, anti-Pyongyang propaganda broadcasts will continue. Her strong words provide a good hint at why the talks, which started Saturday evening and whose second session began Sunday afternoon and was still going Monday afternoon, have dragged on. For now, the try at diplomacy has pushed aside previous heated warnings of imminent war, but South Korea's military said North Korea has...

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