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South Korea just drew the “red line” for North Korea

South Korean President Moon Jae-In has for the first time defined what he would consider a “red line” in dealing with provocations from North Korea, in contrast with U.S. President Donald Trump’s reticence on the matter. The recently-elected president Moon said Pyongyang would be crossing a red...
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