South Korea's Buddhist celebrations give hope for peace

North Korea’s weapons test overshadows preparations for a national Buddhist holiday with theme of world peace.

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    In South Korea, it is a traditional time of year to celebrate Buddha’s birthday.

    The country’s national holiday emphasises peace and harmony with the North - despite its firing of more rockets.

    Rob McBride reports from the capital, Seoul.


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