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Inter-Korean peace park's fate in the balance

Project envisaged as big step in building North-South trust under threat from lack of agreement between two sides.

Last updated: 29 Nov 2013 11:25
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A proposed "peace park", straddling the border between North and South Korea, is under threat. The park would be inside the Demilitarised Zone and, if completed, would be a big step in building trust between the two sides, which are still technically at war. However, lack of agreement between the two sides has put the project's fate in the balance.

Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Paju on the North-South Korean border.

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