The coronavirus has reportedly spread to North Korea. Experts say the country isn't equipped to fight it.




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  • 2020-02-13 16:39:08Z
  • By Business Insider
The coronavirus has reportedly spread to North Korea. Experts say the country isn\
The coronavirus has reportedly spread to North Korea. Experts say the country isn\'t equipped to fight it.  
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  • 2020-03-26 19:00:13Z

WASHINGTON -- As the coronavirus raced across the globe earlier this year, the Trump administration offered assistance to a pair of longtime U.S. enemies, Iran and North Korea. The responses hardly amounted to a diplomatic breakthrough.The Iranians angrily dismissed the offer, calling it insincere and demanding broader relief from crippling U.S. sanctions. The North Koreans, angry with the United States over stalled nuclear negotiations, said they appreciated the offer but did not publicly accept, warning of "big difficulties" in their relationship with the United States.But the two cases illustrate the way President Donald Trump continues to pursue his foreign policy goals amid...

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