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|Monday, February 19, 2001, updated at 14:04(GMT+8)|
Two Koreas Swap Lists of Families for ReunionsThe Republic of Korea(ROK) said on Monday it and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK) had exchanged final lists of 100 candidates from each side who will take part in reunions with long-lost family members in Seoul and Pyongyang on February 26-28.
"Red Cross groups from the South and the North exchanged the final lists of families for the third round of reunions," South Korea's Red Cross said in a statement.
Reunions of some families split when the peninsula was divided by war half a century ago were held in August and December.
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