SEOUL -- The U.S. has shifted command of forces in South Korea to a military base south of the capital, suggesting that Washington intends it to play a broader role in Asia-Pacific security than guarding against North Korea.
The headquarters of U.S. Forces Korea moved on Friday to Camp Humphreys in the city of Pyeongtaek from the Yongsan Garrison in the heart of Seoul.
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