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South Korea to decide on first transgender soldier amid debate

Reuters Thursday, 16 January 2020
South Korea's military said on Thursday it will hold a meeting to discuss whether it will discharge the first soldier to have undergone gender reassignment surgery, which has sparked national debate about the treatment of LGBT troops.
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