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Former South Korean first lady's visit to North raises hope to ease tensions

Relations between the Koreas have been testy in recent months over the opening of a UN office in Seoul tasked with monitoring North Korea's human rights situation and the North's refusal to release several South Koreans detained there.

Ahn Young-joon/AP

The 92-year-old widow of late South Korean President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kim Dae-jung arrived in North Korea on Wednesday for a four-day visit.

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