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South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol was already struggling with surging inflation, rising COVID-19 cases and historically low approval numbers. Then, he launched into a potentially explosive feud with the nation’s police force.

Yoon spent Tuesday defending his proposal to create a “police bureau” and assume greater control over the powerful law enforcement agency — a move that has prompted protests by senior officers.

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