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South Korea finalise Seoul as host city for 2032 Olympics, Pyongyang likely to be North Korea's choice in unified bid

Firstpost Tuesday, 12 February 2019
The Koreas will officially inform the International Olympic Committee (IOC) of their decision to bid at an event in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Friday.
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