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U.S., South Korea break off defense cost talks amid backlash over Trump demand

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019
South Korean and U.S. officials broke off talks on Tuesday aimed at settling the cost burden for Seoul of hosting the U.S. military, South Korea's Foreign Ministry said, amid a public backlash over a U.S. demand for a sharp increase in the bill.
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