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Koreas end talks without deal, schedule new meeting

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North and South Korea failed to reach agreement Wednesday on reopening a joint industrial estate built as a symbol of reconciliation, with Pyongyang accusing Seoul of insincerity, but they will meet again next week. 

South Korean soldiers guard a military checkpoint in Paju that leads to the Kaesong joint industrial complex, on July 10, 2013. North and South Korea have failed to reach agreement on reopening a joint industrial estate built as a symbol of reconciliation, with Pyongyang accusing Seoul of insincerity, but they will meet again next week.

The two sides separately agreed in principle to hold discussions about restarting family reunions, as they focused on dialogue after months of high military tensions.

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