The Koreas: Sixty years of conflict

North and South Korea fought a bitter war in the 1950s, in which an estimated two to four million people died or disappeared. Despite agreeing to a ceasefire in 1953 a formal peace treaty has never been signed, meaning the two sides could technically be considered 'at war'.

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