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N Korea issued $2.8m bill for comatose Otto Warmbier's care - and Trump paid it

The Age Thursday, 25 April 2019
A US envoy sent to retrieve the comatose American student signed an agreement to pay the medical bill on instructions passed down from President Donald Trump.
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News video: Report: North Korea Sent U.S. $2 Million Hospital Bill Before Comatose Otto Warmbier was Released

Report: North Korea Sent U.S. $2 Million Hospital Bill Before Comatose Otto Warmbier was Released 01:16

Before the late Otto Warmbier was returned to American soil, North Korea reportedly sent a $2 million bill to the U.S. for Warmbier’s hospital stay. Veuer's Justin Kircher has more.

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