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South Koreans little worried about war, Trump says military action possible

SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - South Koreans feel increasingly doubtful that North Korea will start a war, a survey released on Friday showed, just days after its largest nuclear test and as President Donald Trump again highlighted the possibility of military action.
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