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U.S. breaks off defense cost talks, as South Korea balks at $5 billion demand

Reuters Tuesday, 19 November 2019
The United States broke off talks with South Korea on increasing Seoul's contribution to the costs of hosting U.S. troops, after the two sides failed to narrow their differences on Tuesday in a row that has raised questions about the American deployment.
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