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North Korea slapped US with $2 million medical bill of Otto Warmbier

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[USA], Apr 26 (ANI): North Korea had slapped the United States with a USD two million medical bill for Otto Warmbier, an American school student held captive by Pyongyang in 2016 according to the
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​Sources told The Washington Post that North Korean officials gave the bill to a U.S. envoy before Warmbier was released in 2017.

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