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>> The militaries of the United States and South Korea have agreed to suspend some of their joint training exercises scheduled for the next few months. In another sign that promises made at the Trump-Kim Jong Un summit are moving forward. When President Trump met Kim in Singapore earlier this month, he announced he'd stop the, quote, very provocative and expensive drills, which the North had long requested.
Although it's baffled some allies, as they're designed to keep forces at a state of readiness. The troops are regarded as some of the most battle-ready in the US military. Meanwhile, they've started moving caskets to North Korea to recover the remains of soldiers that were killed there during the Korean War.
Kim had promised to help return the bodies, at the summit. And North and South Korea have agreed to arrange reunions for some families that were separated in the conflict. They will take place in August, and 100 participants will be selected from each side. They're dramatic moves from all parties in a very short period of time.