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South, North Korean Leaders to Meet

A high-level delegation from North Korea has traveled to South Korea to meet President Lee Myung-bak on Sunday, in the first political meeting between the two countries in two years. President Lee will meet with North Korea's intelligence chief and a secretary of the ruling Workers' Party. Just last week, North Korea lifted some of its border restrictions on South Korea, and the country recently released two U.S. journalists and a South Korean worker. The delegation arrived on Friday to pay its respects to the former South Korean president, Kim Dae-jung, a unification advocate who died on Tuesday.