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Which post-World War 2 conflict ended with neither side winning?

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2010-01-01 06:19:26
2010-01-01 06:19:26

The Korean conflict (1950-53). It has been nicknamed "the war that never ended" because there has yet been no reconcilliation between North Korea and South Korea.

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