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Olympic warmth splits views on divided Korean peninsula

Untouched by Olympic bonhomie and unified Korean teams, Southern soldiers patrol the barbed wire fences that run towards the Demilitarized Zone, guarding against the nuclear-armed North. At the northernmost tip of South Korea, just a few kilometres from the bristling fortifications of the world's last Cold War frontier, opinions on the diplomatic drive that saw shows of unity at the Winter Games an hour away are as divided as the peninsula.
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