North Korea reportedly presented the United States with a $2 million bill for Otto Warmbier's hospital care — and the U.S. reportedly agreed to pay it. U.S. envoy, Joseph Yun, went to Pyongyang in 2017 to bring the detained American student home, and was reportedly issued a $2 million bill. Warmbier had fallen into a coma after he was detained in 2016 and remained unconscious for 15 months, dying six days after he finally returned stateside. Yun reportedly signed a pledge agreeing the U.S. would pay this $2 million bill under orders from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and President Trump. CNN reports that the U.S. has not paid the bill.

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