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The Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) serves as a buffer zone between the two Koreas, and is considered one of the world's most hostile borders.
This is Rivlin's second visit to the East Asian nation.
The union of Foreign Ministry workers threatened to prevent the planned visit of President Reuven Rivlin to South Korea, undoing a major diplomatic achievement.
By YANIR COZIN/MAARIV
Every speaker in one way or another referred to the courage and vision of those two leaders, who worked together to change a destructive reality.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Rivlin stated the state must deserve the public’s confidence with regard to the pursuit of truth and justice.
Chalghoumi, who has been to Israel several times, said that for him, it is always as if it was a first-time experience. He is perpetually impressed by Jerusalem’s holiness and its modernity.
"I had never been aware of the severe consequences of the disease on younger people," President Rivlin said.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
FIRST LADY President Reuven Rivlin kisses the coffin of his wife, Nechama, at the Jerusalem Theater on June 5, before her funeral on Mount Herzl.
By STEVE LINDE
Among the Shavuot congregants at Hazvi Yisrael synagogue were President Reuven Rivlin and his son Ran. Each was called to the Torah and they recited the mourners’ kaddish together.
Nechama spoke about her love of art, the posts she shares online, and her emotional encounters with lone soldiers.
By TAMAR BEERI
"Your brother and our Nechama are now together. And he was with her all the time. He gave her great strength."
By TZVI JOFFRE
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