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Roh To Curb Anti-American Sentiments
AFAR
12/28/2002

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In an attempt to quiet growing anti-American sentiments across South Korea, President-elect Roh Moo-hyun has asked demonstrators to stop rioting and rallying. He has asked the parents of the two young Korean schoolgirls who were run over by US soldiers for more time to personally resolve the issue, reportedly announcing that a public apology from the US government was not warranted.

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