North Korea returns remains of U.S. troops killed in Korean War
Following his summit with President Trump in June, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un followed through on his promise to send home American remains on Friday. Next, they will be sent to Hawaii for a detailed DNA identification that could take months.
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