Remains of service members from Korean War return to US
The remains of U.S. service members sent back by North Korea finally returned to American soil after going missing during the Korean War. The tedious identification process will take place amid reports the North Korea is working on new missiles after the country’s leader, Kim Jong Un, agreed at the recent historic summit with President Trump to work toward denuclearization. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports for TODAY.
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