South Korea: North agrees to meet for talks

South Korea said Saturday that North Korea has agreed to meet Sunday for talks that will focus on reopening their shared industrial complex and other issues.

The talks are another sign of improvement in the severely strained relations between the two sides.

Pyongyang on Friday reconnected a hotline between the two sides that it had severed amid recent tensions.

North Korea set off months of tensions with a long-range rocket launch in December followed by an underground nuclear test in February.