Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Kaesong-(City)

KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA5
December 19, 2013
Hong Yang-ho (R), chairman of the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee, takes a tour in a...
Kaesong, North Korea
Hong, chairman of the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee, takes a tour in a factory of...
Hong Yang-ho (R), chairman of the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee, takes a tour in a factory of a South Korean company with officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA3
December 19, 2013
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference look at miniature models of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC)...
Kaesong, North Korea
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference look at miniature models of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC)...
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference look at miniature models of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC) at the Kaesong Industrial District Management Committee office in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA1
December 19, 2013
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference visit a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial...
Kaesong, North Korea
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference visit a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial...
Officials from the G20 Seoul Conference visit a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16OA0
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees prepare to greet officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at a factory of a South...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees prepare to greet officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at a factory of a South...
North Korean employees prepare to greet officials from the G20 Seoul Conference at a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. North Korea hosted a group of foreign officials and journalists on Thursday in a rare opening of the industrial zone jointly run with the South, a week after the regime executed the powerful uncle of leader Kim Jong Un. North and South Korean officials also held meetings at the Kaesong complex on Thursday to discuss the operations of the factory park, their first contact since the purge of Jang Song Thaek, considered the second-most powerful man in the country. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16O9Y
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees check finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees check finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial...
North Korean employees check finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9X
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTX16O9V
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees transport a rack of finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees transport a rack of finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at...
North Korean employees transport a rack of finished products in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9T
December 19, 2013
A North Korean employee works in a bank at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few...
Kaesong, North Korea
A North Korean employee works in a bank at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone
A North Korean employee works in a bank at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9S
December 19, 2013
A North Korean employee works in front of an electronic sign displaying the projected daily output (90)...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
A North Korean employee works in front of an electronic sign displaying the projected daily output (90) and the current output (83) in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9R
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9Q
December 19, 2013
A North Korean manager walks down an aisle as employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at...
Kaesong, North Korea
A North Korean manager walks down an aisle as employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at...
A North Korean manager walks down an aisle as employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9P
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. The banner reads, "The first priority is high quality, the second priority is also high quality". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9N
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9K
December 19, 2013
A North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in...
Kaesong, North Korea
A North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in...
A North Korean employee works in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX16O9H
December 19, 2013
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
Kaesong, North Korea
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong...
North Korean employees work in a factory of a South Korean company at the Joint Industrial Park in Kaesong industrial zone, a few miles inside North Korea from the heavily fortified border December 19, 2013. Kaesong, with investors from South Korea, was a rare source of hard currency for North Korea. It was established even though North Korea is technically still at war with South Korea, one of the world's richest countries, since the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a treaty but a truce. Since it opened in 2004, the Kaesong complex has generated about $90 million annually in wages paid directly to the North's state agency that manages the zone. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNJ
September 25, 2013
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North...
Kaesong, North Korea
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the DMZ separating North Korea from South Korea...
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNI
September 25, 2013
Kaesong city is seen behind the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex, across the demilitarised zone...
Kaesong, North Korea
Kaesong city is seen behind the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex, across the DMZ separating North...
Kaesong city is seen behind the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex, across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNH
September 25, 2013
The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North...
Kaesong, North Korea
The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the DMZ separating North Korea from South...
The inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTX13YNF
September 25, 2013
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North...
Kaesong, North Korea
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the DMZ separating North Korea from South Korea...
A North Korean village near Kaesong city is seen across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating North Korea from South Korea in this picture taken from Dora observatory in Paju, 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, September 25, 2013. The DMZ is one of the world's most heavily fortified frontiers, which is 4-km (2.5 mile) wide buffer that runs along the heavily armed military border. The divided Korean peninsula is still technically at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTX13MWF
September 16, 2013
A South Korean businessman carrying Choco-pie snacks and noodles, checks his car before leaving the customs,...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean businessman carrying snacks and noodles checks his car before leaving the customs, immigration...
A South Korean businessman carrying Choco-pie snacks and noodles, checks his car before leaving the customs, immigration and quarantine office area, just south of the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, north of Seoul September 16, 2013, to go to the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea. North and South Korea have agreed to re-open the shuttered industrial park on a trial basis starting on Monday, the South's Unification Ministry said last Wednesday. South Korean made Choco-pie snacks were initially handed out by employers at the industrial park as incentive bonuses, creating a black market in Kaesong city where North Korean workers would trade them for cash. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTX13MW0
September 16, 2013
South Korean businessmen transporting Choco-pie snacks and noodles change a South Korean license plate...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean businessmen transporting snacks change their license plate to a North Korean one before...
South Korean businessmen transporting Choco-pie snacks and noodles change a South Korean license plate to a North Korean one and hang a small flag on their car before they leave the customs, immigration and quarantine office area, just south of the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, north of Seoul September 16, 2013, to go to the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea. North and South Korea have agreed to re-open the shuttered industrial park on a trial basis starting on Monday, the South's Unification Ministry said last Wednesday. South Korean made Choco-pie snacks were initially handed out by employers at the industrial park as incentive bonuses, creating a black market in Kaesong city where North Korean workers would trade them for cash. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXVEW2
December 05, 2010
Ban Seok, 60, a displaced man from the North Korean border city of Kaesong during the Korean War, prays...
Seoul, South Korea
Ban, a displaced man from the North Korean border city of Kaesong during the Korean War, prays during...
Ban Seok, 60, a displaced man from the North Korean border city of Kaesong during the Korean War, prays during a service at the Saeteo Church in Seoul December 5, 2010. The Christian church for North Korean defectors held the prayer for human rights in North Korea and to commemorate the South Korean victims who were killed by North Korea's artillery shelling on November 23. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: RELIGION MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXTTZL
October 26, 2010
Kim Yong-hyun (L), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim, Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean...
Kim Yong-hyun (L), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean Red Cross talks, speaks to the media besides Vice Unification Minister Uhm Jong-sik before the delegation's departure at the Office of the South-North Dialogue in Seoul October 26, 2010, to go to the North's border city of Kaesong. Red Cross officials from North and South Korea begin two days of talks on Tuesday to discuss about holding reunions for families separated by 1950-53 Korean War on a regular basis. Two Koreas will hold family reunion events from October 30 to November 5 at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, the latest sign of a slight thaw in relations between the bitter rivals. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXTTZK
October 26, 2010
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim, Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean...
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean Red Cross talks, leaves with other members of the delegation at the Office of the South-North Dialogue in Seoul October 26, 2010, to go to the North's border city of Kaesong. Red Cross officials from North and South Korea begin two days of talks on Tuesday to discuss about holding reunions for families separated by 1950-53 Korean War on a regular basis. Two Koreas will hold family reunion events from October 30 to November 5 at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, the latest sign of a slight thaw in relations between the bitter rivals. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXTTZJ
October 26, 2010
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for...
Seoul, South Korea
Kim, Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean...
Kim Yong-hyun (C), Secretary General of South Korea's National Red Cross and the head of delegation for the inter-Korean Red Cross talks, leaves with other members of the delegation at the Office of the South-North Dialogue in Seoul October 26, 2010, to go to the North's border city of Kaesong. Red Cross officials from North and South Korea begin two days of talks on Tuesday to discuss about holding reunions for families separated by 1950-53 Korean War on a regular basis. Two Koreas will hold family reunion events from October 30 to November 5 at the North Korean resort of Mount Kumgang, the latest sign of a slight thaw in relations between the bitter rivals. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXSVNA
October 01, 2010
South Korean drivers stand next to their vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean drivers stand next to their vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the...
South Korean drivers stand next to their vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong as they wait for their departure to cross the border, at the CIQ (Customs, Immigration and Quarantine) office, south of the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, north of Seoul October 1, 2010. Red Cross officials from the two Koreas will meet in Kaesong on Friday to discuss an inter-Korean temporary family reunion event to be held in almost a year. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXSL82
September 24, 2010
A South Korean Army soldier (R) stands to check vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean Army soldier stands to check vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the...
A South Korean Army soldier (R) stands to check vehicles heading to the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong, at the CIQ (Customs, Immigration and Quarantine) office, south of the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, north of Seoul September 24, 2010. Red Cross officials from the two Koreas will meet in Kaesong on Friday to discuss an inter-Korean temporary family reunion event to be held in almost a year. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY SOCIETY)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2IFLE
September 17, 2010
South Korean soldiers check a bus carrying South Korean Red Cross officials as it departs to cross the...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean soldiers check a bus carrying South Korean Red Cross officials as it departs to cross the...
South Korean soldiers check a bus carrying South Korean Red Cross officials as it departs to cross the border, at the CIQ (Customs, Immigration and Quarantine) office, south of the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, north of Seoul September 17, 2010. Red Cross officials from the two Koreas will meet in North Korea's border city of Kaesong on Friday to discuss an inter-Korean temporary family reunion event to be held in almost a year. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2H8CC
August 11, 2010
The inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong is seen in this picture taken...
Paju, South Korea
The inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong
The inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong is seen in this picture taken from the South Korean observation post near the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, August 11, 2010. South Korea vowed to respond firmly to more provocations by Pyongyang after the North fired a barrage of artillery rounds near their tense maritime border, but analysts played down the prospect of combat. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2H8C2
August 11, 2010
A North Korean guard post (front) and the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city...
Paju, South Korea
A North Korean guard post and the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong...
A North Korean guard post (front) and the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong are seen in this picture taken from the South Korean observation post near the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, August 11, 2010. South Korea vowed to respond firmly to more provocations by Pyongyang after the North fired a barrage of artillery rounds near their tense maritime border, but analysts played down the prospect of combat. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR2H8BY
August 11, 2010
The inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong is seen in this picture taken...
Paju, South Korea
The inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong is seen in this picture taken...
The inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong is seen in this picture taken from the South Korean observation post near the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas in Paju, August 11, 2010. South Korea vowed to respond firmly to more provocations by Pyongyang after the North fired a barrage of artillery rounds near their tense maritime border, but analysts played down the prospect of combat. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/TALKS
RTR2GED5
July 14, 2010
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to go to the inter-Korean industrial park (top) in the North Korean border city of Kaesong, in this picture taken from the Dora observation post in the South in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, July 14, 2010. North Korea has suggested rescheduling talks to Thursday with the U.S.-led United Nations Command that had been slated for Tuesday to discuss the sinking of a South Korean warship, the Pentagon said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH/USA
RTR24P6X
June 16, 2009
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to go to...
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to go to the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong, in this picture taken on a foggy day from the Dora observation post in the South in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, June 16, 2009. The United States has determined that the nuclear test conducted by North Korea last month yielded an explosion of a few kilotons, the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence said on Monday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA TRANSPORT MILITARY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTXH51F
May 15, 2009
North Korean workers sew clothes at a factory of South Korean apparel maker Shinwon company in the inter-Korean...
Kaesong, multiple countries
File photo of North Korean workers at a factory of South Korean apparel maker Shinwon company in the...
North Korean workers sew clothes at a factory of South Korean apparel maker Shinwon company in the inter-Korean industrial park in Kaesong, just a few hundred metres (yards) north of the heavily fortified Demilitarised Zone that divides the Korean peninsula in this May 26, 2005 file photo. North Korea said on May 15, 2009, it was cancelling all wage, rent and tax agreements with South Korea at a joint factory park just north of their heavily armed border that has become a focus of friction between the rival states. Picture taken May 26, 2005. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won/Files (NORTH KOREA POLITICS MILITARY BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/KAESONG
RTXH4ZG
May 15, 2009
North Korean workers prepare clothes at a factory of South Korean apparel maker Shinwon company in the...
Kaesong, multiple countries
File photo of North Korean workers at a factory of South Korean apparel maker Shinwon company in the...
North Korean workers prepare clothes at a factory of South Korean apparel maker Shinwon company in the inter-Korean industrial park in Kaesong, just a few hundred metres (yards) north of the heavily fortified Demilitarised Zone that divides the Korean peninsula in this May 26, 2005 file photo. North Korea said on May 15, 2009, it was cancelling all wage, rent and tax agreements with South Korea at a joint factory park just north of their heavily armed border that has become a focus of friction between the rival states. Picture taken May 26, 2005. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won/Files (NORTH KOREA MILITARY POLITICS BUSINESS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCX3O
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) meets North Korean Premier Kim Yong II (R) after a welcoming ceremony...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen meets North Korean Premier Kim in Beijing
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) meets North Korean Premier Kim Yong II (R) after a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Guang Niu/Pool (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCX17
March 18, 2009
An honour guard looks from behind a curtain ahead of an official welcoming ceremony for the visiting...
Beijing, China
An honour guard looks from behind a curtain ahead of an official welcoming ceremony for the visiting...
An honour guard looks from behind a curtain ahead of an official welcoming ceremony for the visiting North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCX0P
March 18, 2009
North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il (L) inspects an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside...
Beijing, China
North Korean Premier Kim inspects an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great...
North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il (L) inspects an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCWZV
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (centre L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and North Korean Premier Kim inspect an honour guard during an official welcoming...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (centre L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCWZP
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (2nd R) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il walk together after inspecting...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and North Korean Premier Kim walk together after inspecting an honour guard during...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (2nd R) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il walk together after inspecting an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCWZ1
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il walk together after inspecting an...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and North Korean Premier Kim walk together after inspecting an honour guard during...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il walk together after inspecting an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH
RTXCWYX
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il listen to the North Korean national...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il listen to the North Korean national anthem...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il listen to the North Korean national anthem during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH
RTXCWYV
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shows the way to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il during an official welcoming...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao shows the way to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il during an official welcoming...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shows the way to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH
RTXCWYT
March 18, 2009
An honour guard looks from behind a curtain ahead of an official welcoming ceremony for the visiting...
Beijing, China
An honour guard looks from behind a curtain ahead of an official welcoming ceremony for the visiting...
An honour guard looks from behind a curtain ahead of an official welcoming ceremony for the visiting North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH
RTXCWYN
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shows the way to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il during an official welcoming...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao shows the way to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il during an official welcoming...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shows the way to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCWYM
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen and North Korean Premier Kim inspect an honour guard during an official welcoming...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS MILITARY IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCWYJ
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) gestures to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il before they inspect an honour...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen gestures to North Korean Premier Kim before they inspect an honour guard during an...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) gestures to North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il before they inspect an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH
RTXCWYH
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an official...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an official welcoming ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXCWY6
March 18, 2009
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an...
Beijing, China
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an official...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L) and North Korean Premier Kim Yong-il inspect an honour guard during an official welcome ceremony inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing March 18, 2009. South Korea warned on Wednesday that it would respond with decisive action if Pyongyang again blocked access to a joint factory park in North Korea, but said it was too early to consider shutting the project down. In the past week, the North has blocked movement across the heavily defended border to an industrial park run by South Korean companies in the city of Kaesong out of anger over joint military drills by South Korean and U.S. troops. REUTERS/Alfred Cheng Jin (CHINA POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224ZW
December 01, 2008
A South Korean businessman passes through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office about...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean businessman passes through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office south...
A South Korean businessman passes through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office about 700m (0.4 miles) south of the southern limiting line of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008 as he comes back to the South from the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong. North Korea restricted entry to South Korean workers at a joint industrial enclave in the North on Monday in a border clampdown seen as a pressure tactic to change Seoul's tough policy towards its neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224ZV
December 01, 2008
South Korean vehicles pass through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office about 700m...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office south of...
South Korean vehicles pass through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office about 700m (0.4 miles ) south of the southern limiting line of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008 as they come to the South from the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong. North Korea restricted entry to South Korean workers at a joint industrial enclave in the North on Monday in a border clampdown seen as a pressure tactic to change Seoul's tough policy towards its neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR224ZU
December 01, 2008
An employee at a branch office of a local bank exchanges South Korean won for U.S. dollar for a worker...
Paju, South Korea
An employee at a branch office of a local bank exchanges South Korean won for U.S. dollar for a worker...
An employee at a branch office of a local bank exchanges South Korean won for U.S. dollar for a worker leaving to the inter-Korean industrial park in North Korean border city of Kaesong, at the customs, immigration and quarantine office near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South, in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008. South Korean exports in November fell 18.3 percent from a year ago, data showed on Monday, much worse than forecasts for a 9.9 percent drop, adding to concerns a global economic slowdown was denting the country's sales abroad. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224ZS
December 01, 2008
South Korean vehicles pass through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office about 700m...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office south of...
South Korean vehicles pass through a gate for the customs, immigration and quarantine office about 700m (0.4 miles ) south of the southern limiting line of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008 as they come to the South from the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong. North Korea restricted entry to South Korean workers at a joint industrial enclave in the North on Monday in a border clampdown seen as a pressure tactic to change Seoul's tough policy towards its neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224ZH
December 01, 2008
A South Korean business man in his van poses with his pass as he drives through a gate of the customs,...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean business man in his van poses with his pass as he drives through a gate of the customs,...
A South Korean business man in his van poses with his pass as he drives through a gate of the customs, immigration and quarantine office, about 700m (0.4 miles ) south of the southern limiting line of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008 before he departs to the inter-Korean industrial park in North Korean border city of Kaesong. North Korea restricted entry to South Korean workers at a joint industrial enclave in the North on Monday in a border clampdown seen as a pressure tactic to change Seoul's tough policy towards its neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224VV
December 01, 2008
A North Korean village near the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong...
Paju, South Korea
A view of a North Korean village near the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city...
A North Korean village near the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong is seen in this picture taken on a foggy day from the Dora observation post in the South in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008. North Korea restricted entry to South Korean workers at the joint industrial enclave in the North on Monday in a border clampdown seen as a pressure tactic to change Seoul's tough policy towards its neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224VU
December 01, 2008
A South Korean soldier checks vehicles passing through a gate at the customs, immigration and quarantine...
Paju, South Korea
A South Korean soldier checks vehicles passing through a gate at the customs, immigration and quarantine...
A South Korean soldier checks vehicles passing through a gate at the customs, immigration and quarantine office, about 700 m (0.4 miles) south of the southern limiting line of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008 as the vehicles depart for the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong. North Korea restricted entry to South Korean workers at a joint industrial enclave in the North on Monday in a border clampdown seen as a pressure tactic to change Seoul's tough policy towards its neighbour. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224VQ
December 01, 2008
South Korean vehicles transporting construction materials wait to pass through a gate at the customs,...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean vehicles wait to pass through a gate at the customs, immigration and quarantine office in...
South Korean vehicles transporting construction materials wait to pass through a gate at the customs, immigration and quarantine office, about 700 m (0.4 miles) south of the southern limiting line of the demilitarised zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008 before the vehicles depart for the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong. Hundreds of South Koreans streamed out of the communist North at the weekend, expelled from a joint industrial enclave by Pyongyang in anger at the hardline policy of the conservative leader in the South. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224VN
December 01, 2008
A North Korean village (bottom) and the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city...
Paju, South Korea
A view of a North Korean village and the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city...
A North Korean village (bottom) and the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong are seen in this picture taken on a foggy day from the Dora observation post in the South in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul, December 1, 2008. Hundreds of South Koreans streamed out of the communist North at the weekend, expelled from a joint industrial enclave by Pyongyang in anger at the hardline policy of the conservative leader in the South. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224VL
December 01, 2008
North Korean soldiers stand guard as South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating...
Paju, South Korea
North Korean soldiers stand guard as South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone
North Korean soldiers stand guard as South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea while on their way to the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong, in this picture taken on a foggy day from the Dora observation post in the South in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul December 1, 2008. Hundreds of South Koreans streamed out of the communist North at the weekend, expelled from a joint industrial enclave by Pyongyang in anger at the hardline policy of the conservative leader in the South. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR224US
December 01, 2008
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to...
Paju, South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea
South Korean vehicles pass through the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from South Korea to go to the inter-Korean industrial park in the North Korean border city of Kaesong, in this picture taken on a foggy day from the Dora observation post in the South in Paju, about 55 km (34 miles) north of Seoul December 1, 2008. Hundreds of South Koreans streamed out of the communist North at the weekend, expelled from a joint industrial enclave by Pyongyang in anger at the hardline policy of the conservative leader in the South. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 6