Koreas could conduct research into sacred volcano (AP) – 522th Edition

A framed picture of the Cheonjiyeon Lake on the Paektu Mountain in North Korea, is displayed at an office of Korean Council for Reconciliation and Cooperation in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, March 22, 2011. South Korea accepted North Korea's proposal to hold talks on conducting joint research on volcanic activity at the North's highest Paektu mountain, officials said Tuesday.(AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)AP – Scientists from South and North Korea could conduct joint research into an active volcano extolled in the North as the sacred birthplace of Kim Jong Il.

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