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South Koreans demand answers for abductions during Korean War

Relatives of South Koreans taken by the North in the 1950s remains a key issue in peace efforts with Pyongyang.

In the push for an agreement on denuclearisation, campaigners say the issue of human rights in North Korea is being largely ignored.

It is a sore point for South Koreans, whose relatives were allegedly abducted by North Korean forces during the Korean War.

Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride reports from the South Korean city of Paju.