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Would The U.S. Withdraw Troops From South Korea?

President Trump has said U.S. forces are not on the table for potential negotiations with North Korea, but he has also complained about the cost of keeping them there.

Love, Love, Love Eric Lau
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In this photo taken and released Friday by the Taiwan Ministry of National Defense, a Taiwanese Air Force fighter aircraft (left) flies near a Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force bomber. Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said this week that the island will step up security to respond to military threats from China. Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense via AP hide caption

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Taiwan Loses 2 More Allies To China And Scrambles Jets To Track Chinese Bomber Drills

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Time to Build Bugseed
Grassroots Bugseed
Aelopolis Sabzi

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Admit It, Parents: You Play Favorites With The Kids

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Sky Fly Mokhov
Emotion Motion Mokhov

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In France, The Protests Of May 1968 Reverberate Today — And Still Divide The French

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Paris Mai Claude Nougaro
Rainy Uyama Hiroto

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., in 2013. Lauren Victoria Burke/AP hide caption

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California Primary Rule May Hurt Democrats' Bid To Unseat GOP's Rohrabacher

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The End of Dukkha Matthew Halsall
Music For a Dancing Mind Matthew Halsall
Giant Henge Javier Vercher/Ferenc Nemeth

U.S. and South Korean soldiers sit inside an amphibious vehicle during an annual joint military landing exercise in Pohang, on South Korea's southeast coast, in March 2016. Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Would The U.S. Withdraw Troops From South Korea?

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Planet Anamanaguchi
Colour of Glow Tides From Nebula
The Lifter Tides From Nebula
Manitou Passage Gifts or Creatures
Steeltown (Part One) The American Dollar
Steeltown (Part Two) The American Dollar
Still Sound Toro y Moi

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