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South Korea

Robert Siegel talks with BBC correspondent Caroline Gluck in Seoul, South Korea, about anti-American demonstrations there. Protesters have been decrying last month's acquittal of the two American soldiers in the case of a car accident that caused the deaths of two girls. Gluck says the news of the missile shipment from North Korea to Yemen may soften anti-American sentiment in South Korea.

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