Sport helping heal wounded Korean relations

North and South Korea will hold a basketball competition next month, and an inter-Korean team will compete in some sports at the Asian Games in August.

    North and South Korea will hold a joint basketball game next month, and athletes from the two countries will march together and compete together in some sports in the Asian Games in August.

    Both announcements were made following the latest round of diplomatic talks in the demilitarised zone.

     

    Al Jazeera's Craig Leeson reports from Paju, South Korea.


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