North Korea may soon return a first out of 200 sets of remains of American soldiers who died during the Korean War. This comes after an agreement reached last week by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump. A US official today said preparations continue to receive the remains. It could happen in the next few days. The US and North Korean leaders agreed to the repatriations during their historic June 12 summit in Singapore.
According to the Pentagon, more than 35,000 Americans were killed on the Korean Peninsula during the war, which ended in an armistice with no peace treaty.