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The roar of the Russian bear
The Russian bear is definitely waking up after a long period of hibernation. Russian troops have taken over the Crimean peninsula, and it'...
Ill winds from China
The Chinese are wielding a dangerous weapon that may have escaped the notice of military strategists.
The cruelty of divided families
The North Korean propaganda machine is nothing if not super-skilled at emitting conflicting signals. One day they’re castigating the U.S. ...
Happy talking with N. Koreans
The visit of Donald Gregg, former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, to Pyongyang has got to be a sign of hope for improving relations betwee...
Molding young Japanese minds
The Japanese don’t take kindly to people telling them what they should and shouldn’t teach. “As a sovereign nation, any country should be ...
Memorializing a revolutionary
Nowhere does the phrase, “One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter,” apply more precisely than to Ahn Jung-geun. Whether you c...
Cyber-spying, for better or worse
WASHINGTON - Everybody here is talking about cyberspying. The National Security Agency has never had so much publicity. Until Edward Snowd...
Fun and games in Pyongyang
Why is it every time we get optimistic about North Korea "opening up" or making concessions or engaging in serious reconciliation, we get ...
War's darkening shadows
The shadows of war hang more menacingly over Northeast Asia at the opening of a brave new year than they have at any time since, well, sin...
History's biggest killer
WASHINGTON - You have to appreciate Mikhail Kalashnikov’s contribution to the world. Here was the guy who invented the most efficient mass...
Protecting personal data
Papal visit to Korea
Tobacco makers' responsibility
Wolves in Wall Street
Sexiness gone too far?
Abnormal vs. normal
Better protect whistleblowers
From the ashes of war, seeds of peace
How the West is losing Ukraine
China's unrest: Beijing still fails to deal with ethnic minorities
1. Teacher shows sex tape featuring herself to pupils during class
2. Cannibal restaurant 'with roasted human heads' shut down
3. NK leader's younger sister in spotlight
4. New 'tongue workout app' improves oral sex
5. Girl helps boyfriend slit mom's throat
6. Man wearing only T-string steals Batman costume, prances around
7. 'I would rather give up family union than have memory tainted,' NK people say
8. Miley Cyrus says she had to 'run out in her undies'
9. Duke Univ. student starred in porn to pay tuition
10. African voodoo market 'replacement pharmacy for all'
Rock lifting: A man lifts a rock weighing some 100 kilograms d...
Chung woos voters: Rep. Chung Mong-joon of the ruling Saenuri ...
A sailor from the Cheonghae Unit kisses his daughter at the Navy&nbs...
Apologizing for data leak: KT Chairman Hwang Chang-gyu bows to ...
Daejeon Samsung Blue Fangs players celebrate after winning their thi...
Trade, Industry and Energy Minister Yoon Sang-jick, center, inspects...
Korea Exchange Bank said Monday it has launched “one-stop...
Hana Bank CEO Kim Jong-jun, third from left, and Korea Exchange Bank...
Children paint pictures at the War Memorial of Korea in Seoul during...
Los Angeles Dodgers starter Ryu Hyun-jin throws against the Oakland ...
Golfer Park In-bee, left, smiles with Vice Minister of Culture,...
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