By Good News Network Saturday, January 28, 2012
South Korean civic groups received the okay to deliver eight trucks of food aid to North Korea Friday in an effort to help the starving people in that country.
The 180 tons of flour is being delivered to hospitals, schools and day care centers with the hope that the measure will also lead to a softening of strained inter-Korean relations, following the passing of North Korea's leader.
(READ the AP story in the SF Chronicle)
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