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Two Koreas Court Peace In First Basketball Friendly In Years


On Wednesday Reuters reported that North and South Korea joined forces for their first basketball friendly in 15 years. The game comes amid a warming of relations since the Winter Olympics in the South and easing tensions over the North’s nuclear and missile programs. Women athletes from the traditional foes put political differences aside to form two joint North-South teams, “Peace” and “Prosperity”, in the friendly in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. Prosperity won 103 to 102, in a game that turned out to be a thriller.

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