South Korea will repatriate the remains of 425 Chinese soldiers killed in the Korean War 60 years ago. The authorities will dig up the remains, clean them and put them into coffins before sending them back to China in a process that will take several months.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese troops are thought to have died in the war. They fought for North Korea against UN forces, including soldiers from the United States and South Korea.
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