North Korea hosts family reunions North and South Korea hold their first family reunions since 2010, when they were suspended after the North's shelling of a South Korean border island. The reunions - to be held at the Mount Kumgang resort over the coming six days - allow families separated by the 1950-53 Korean war to hold brief meetings. However, there are fears that the reunions could be cancelled at the last minute as tensions surge over scheduled war games involving the United States and South Korea. Syria war crimes report set for publication A UN team of war crimes experts issues a new report on war crimes in Syria. The report documents torture and killings by both sides and could provide a basis for a case to be taken up by the International Criminal Court. The UN team, consisting of more than 20 investigators, interviewed 500 refugees, defectors and people still in Syria since July. The team began its work in September 2011. Think tank releases report on population The Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre holds a press conference to unveil its study on Hong Kong's future population and manpower needs up to 2030. This is an increasingly urgent issue as Hong Kong's population ages and the birth rate remains low. There have been calls for Hong Kong to import more workers to fill manpower shortages, which are expected to hit the economy in 2018. The research centre's chairman, Donald Li Kwok-tung, and vice-chairman, Lau Ming-wai, will attend the media event. DAB to announce proposals for NPC meeting The political party, the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong, will unveil the proposals it plans to put forward at the annual meetings of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. These sessions will open in Beijing early next month. Prime Minister Li Keqiang will deliver his annual report to the NPC, when it opens on March 5. Al-Jazeera journalists face trial in Egypt A group of 20 journalists accused of portraying Egypt in a state of "civil war" and "airing false news" stand trial in Cairo. They are accused of joining and aiding a terrorist organisation and endangering national security. Prosecutors referred to trial 20 people they said worked as journalists for Al-Jazeera. However, the news network said only nine of its staff were involved. Among the 20 are four foreigners, including Australian Peter Greste. Killers of soldier to be sentenced Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale will be sentenced for the brutal murder of British soldier Lee Rigby in the London suburb of Woolwich in May last year. The two men, who said they were soldiers of Allah, were found guilty at the Old Bailey on January 24. They face a sentence of life imprisonment.