South Korea Backtracks on Easing Sanctions After Trump Comment – New York Times

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SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea moved to patch up an emerging diplomatic row with the United States on Thursday, disowning any plan to lift sanctions against North Korea after President Trump’s blunt remark that Seoul could “do nothing” without …
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