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S.Korea protesters fight police again over US base

South Korean protesters clashed with police for the second day on Friday at a planned site for a new U.S. military base, and several people were hurt, witnesses said. On Thursday, military engineers moved in and cordoned off two townships about 44 miles south of Seoul, where South Korea and the United States have agreed to relocate the main U.S. base now in Seoul and several others across the country. Scores of protesters, police and several journalists were wounded as riot police cleared the way for the engineers, fighting street battles with protesters and eventually overpowering them. Full Story

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