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    Korean War Remains Arrive in US

    The U.S. military will begin identifying the remains of what are believed to be 55 American soldiers handed over by North Korea last week and repatriated late Wednesday. In an address in Honolulu, where the remains arrived from South Korea, Vice President Mike Pence said the handover — negotiated during President Trump’s summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un — marks “a new season of hope for the families of our missing fallen.” Forensic researchers will study bones, teeth and DNA samples in an identification process that could take years.

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