U.S. in 2007: “Exchange of Saemmul Church members for Taliban prisoners is not an option”
The recently published memoir “Glacier Moves” (Changbi Publishers) by Song Min-soon, a former minister of foreign affairs for the Republic of Korea, reveals the urgent situation...
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