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North Korea 'demanded $2m for care of Otto Warmbier'

BBC News Thursday, 25 April 2019 ()
North Korea 'demanded $2m for care of Otto Warmbier'North Korea reportedly billed the US $2m for the hospital care of detained US student Otto Warmbier.
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News video: President Trump Denies Paying $2 Million or Any Money To North Korea For The Care of Otto Warmbier

President Trump Denies Paying $2 Million or Any Money To North Korea For The Care of Otto Warmbier 01:05

President Trump on Twitter responding to reports that the rogue nation billed the U.S. for the care of the former American prisoner. Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story.

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