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North Korea Billed U.S. $2 Million For Warmbier Care

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North Korea Billed U.S. $2 Million For Warmbier Care

North Korea Billed U.S. $2 Million For Warmbier Care

According to Reuters, President Donald Trump approved the payment of a $2 million bill presented by North Korea, to cover its care of comatose American Otto Warmbier, a college student who died shortly after being returned home from a North Korean prison.

An invoice was handed to the State Department hours before Warmbier was flown out of Pyongyang in a coma, who died six days later.

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