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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean governing party's presidential candidate said Thursday he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions.
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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

The South Korean governing party's presidential candidate said Thursday he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions. The comments by Lee Jae-myung, who represents President Moon Jae-in’s liberal Democratic Party, come as nuclear negotiations between North Korea and the U.S. remain frozen over the is…

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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

The South Korean governing party’s presidential candidate says he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions

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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

The South Korean governing party’s presidential candidate says he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions

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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean governing party's presidential candidate said Thursday he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its…

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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

By KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated PressSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean governing party’s presidential candidate says he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions. The comments by Lee Jae-myung come as nuclear negotiations between North Korea and the U.S. remain frozen over the issue of a relaxat…

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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

By KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated PressSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean governing party’s presidential candidate says he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions. The comments by Lee Jae-myung come as nuclear negotiations between North Korea and the U.S. remain frozen over the issue of a relaxat…

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By KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated PressSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean governing party’s presidential candidate says he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions. The comments by Lee Jae-myung come as nuclear negotiations between North Korea and the U.S. remain frozen over the issue of a relaxat…

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SKorea governing party candidate takes softer line on North

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The South Korean governing party’s presidential candidate said Thursday he will continue a conciliatory approach toward North Korea if elected and questioned the effectiveness of U.S.-led economic sanctions in pressuring the North to abandon its nuclear ambitions.The comments by Lee Jae-myung, who represents President Moon Jae-in’s liberal Democratic Party, come as nuclear negotiations between North Korea and the U.S. r…

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