South Korea President Hopeful Prods Biden Over North Korea

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    Mar.04 — A top contender to succeed South Korean President Moon Jae-in urged U.S. President Joe Biden to give Seoul a bigger role in pushing North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons. In a wide-ranging exclusive interview, Democratic Party leader Lee Nak-yon also discussed ways to address South Korea’s income inequality.

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