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Agence France-Presse
SEOUL, September 21, 2013
North Korea on Saturday said it would postpone indefinitely reunions of separated families with the South that were due to be held in four days time.
   
The North's Korean Central News Agency cited a government body in charge of cross-border relations as saying Seoul's "hostile" policy was the reason for the postponement.
   
The two Koreas had earlier agreed to hold six days of family reunions from September 25-30.