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Hallym-Uppsala int’l symposium due on Tuesday
Hallym University Medical Center (HUMC) of Korea and Uppsala University of Sweden will jointly host a 3rd international symposium under the theme of ``Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine,'' in the Grand Ballroom at COEX in Seoul, Tuesday.
Protest Victim Gets State Compensation
A Seoul district court delivered a mediation decision that the nations pay 9 million won ($7,600) in compensation to a female university student who was assaulted by riot police during a candlelit protest against the import of American beef in 2008.
Pension Rules Eased for Students, Housewives
The government said it will make it easier for housewives and students, who are categorized as voluntary subscribers, to subscribe to the national pension, a move expected to restructure the pension pool.
Informant on Sponsored Prosecutors Rearrested
A district court in Busan ruled Monday that the businessman who provided the list of prosecutors whom he allegedly bribed with gifts, meals and sexual services be rearrested for violating the legal representation law.
Truth Submerged Under Secrecy
While I worked the night shift last Friday, I received a phone call from a woman just 20 minutes from deadline.
5 Mil. Won Meant for Respect of Ex-President
The person who deliberately left 5 million won in cash beside the late former President Park Chung-hee (1917-1979) earlier this month was found to be a 54-year-old man who respected the leader, police said Tuesday.
Foot-and-Mouth Disease Spreads Farther Inland
A sixth outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease was confirmed at a dairy farm in Gimpo, about 50 kilometers west of Seoul, raising concerns that the contagious disease might spread further inland, the Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries said Tuesday.
MBC TV PD Notebook Will Expose List of Dirty Prosecutors
MBC TV's investigative journal "PD Notebook" has announced it will disclose corrupt "sponsorship" connections between prosecutors and company officials in its April 20 special edition.
Conflict Removal a Must for Korea’s Advance
From ideological rift to constant clashes between labor and management, South Korea is a nation full of conflicts.
KBS to Sue SBS Over Broadcasting of World Cup
KBS, the nation's largest public broadcaster, said it will file a suit against SBS, accusing the commercial network of fraud and breach of contract, Monday, as their talks on joint broadcasting of the upcoming World Cup finals came to a halt.
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