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  1. Choi Nam-soo nominated as YTN CEO
    Choi Nam-sooChoi Nam-soo, former Money Today Network (MTN) CEO, was nominated as CEO of news broadcaster YTN, Sunday.Choi, 56, earned his bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University in economics.Choi worked as a reporter for the Korea Economic Daily, Seoul Economic Daily and broadcaster SBS. He joined YTN in 1995, where he served as business editor and head of the management and planning department.He joined MTN in 2008 as head of the reporting department and later became CEO.Choi will be appointed to the position at a general shareholders’ meeting on Dec. 22. His term as CEO will be three years.YTN’s former CEO resigned before the termination of his term in May. YTN drew up a CEO candidate recommendation committee to carry out procedures to select his successor.However, the National Union Media Workers’ YTN branch expressed disappointment, citing Choi left the company twice when it faced a crisis.In 2008, YTN dismissed six reporters and punished 33 others for months-long protests against the then-Lee Myung-bak administration’s influence over the broadcaster’s news content. After the dismissals, the news channel's viewership plummeted.“If (Choi) has the littlest amount of affection for the company, he should decide not to become CEO,” members said in a statement.
    Choi Nam-sooChoi Nam-soo, former Money Today Network (MTN) CEO, was nominated as CEO of news broadcaster YTN, Sunday.Choi, 56, earned his bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University in economics.Choi worked as a reporter for the Korea Economic Daily, Seoul Economic Daily and broadcaster SBS. He joined YTN in 1995, where he served as business editor and head of the management and planning department.He joined MTN in 2008 as head of the reporting department and later became CEO.Choi will be appointed to the position at a general shareholders’ meeting on Dec. 22. His term as CEO will be three years.YTN’s former CEO resigned before the termination of his term in May. YTN drew up a CEO candidate recommendation committee to carry out procedures to select his successor.However, the National Union Media Workers’ YTN branch expressed disappointment, citing Choi left the company twice when it faced a crisis.In 2008, YTN dismissed six reporters and punished 33 others for months-long protests against the then-Lee Myung-bak administration’s influence over the broadcaster’s news content. After the dismissals, the news channel's viewership plummeted.“If (Choi) has the littlest amount of affection for the company, he should decide not to become CEO,” members said in a statement.
  2. Lunar New Year in PyeongChang
    Korea’s delegation to the PyeongChang Olympic Games bow during “charye,” a ritual ceremony held on Lunar New Year’s Day, at the Team Korea House in Gangneung Olympic Park, Gangwon Province, Friday. / Yonhap
    Korea’s delegation to the PyeongChang Olympic Games bow during “charye,” a ritual ceremony held on Lunar New Year’s Day, at the Team Korea House in Gangneung Olympic Park, Gangwon Province, Friday. / Yonhap
  3. For peaceful games
    Min Byoung-chul, chairman of the Sunfull Foundation, speaks during an event to deliver the PyeongChang Joint Statement for Peace, wishing for Peace on the Korean Peninsula and the successful hosting of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, at the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, Monday. Tim Wright, second from left, and Tilman Ruff, fourth from left, respectively representing the 2017 and 1985 Nobel Peace Prize Laureates of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) and the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), also participated in the event. They are visiting Korea to announce a message for peace ahead of the Games. / Courtesy of Sunfull Movement
    Min Byoung-chul, chairman of the Sunfull Foundation, speaks during an event to deliver the PyeongChang Joint Statement for Peace, wishing for Peace on the Korean Peninsula and the successful hosting of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, at the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, Monday. Tim Wright, second from left, and Tilman Ruff, fourth from left, respectively representing the 2017 and 1985 Nobel Peace Prize Laureates of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) and the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), also participated in the event. They are visiting Korea to announce a message for peace ahead of the Games. / Courtesy of Sunfull Movement
  4. Los Angeles Dodgers' Ryu Hyun-jin honored
    The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin, left, answers questions after receiving the special prize during the 2017 Cho-A Pharmaceutical Awards for professional baseball players at Seoul Plaza Hotel, Wednesday. Former Samsung Lions slugger Lee Seung-yuop, right, was also honored during the ceremony. The pharmaceutical company presented awards for players in 17 categories, including Pitcher of the Year, during the ceremony. / Yonhap
    The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin, left, answers questions after receiving the special prize during the 2017 Cho-A Pharmaceutical Awards for professional baseball players at Seoul Plaza Hotel, Wednesday. Former Samsung Lions slugger Lee Seung-yuop, right, was also honored during the ceremony. The pharmaceutical company presented awards for players in 17 categories, including Pitcher of the Year, during the ceremony. / Yonhap
  5. 471st Turtle Marathon
    The Hankook Ilbo, the sister paper of The Korea Times, hosted the 471st Turtle Marathon at Namsan Park, Saturday. Participants included Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee, ninth from left; Kim Byung-eun, sixth from left, chairman of the Korea Duck Association; and winners of the 2017 Miss Korea beauty pageant. / Korea Times photo by Shin Sang-soon
    The Hankook Ilbo, the sister paper of The Korea Times, hosted the 471st Turtle Marathon at Namsan Park, Saturday. Participants included Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee, ninth from left; Kim Byung-eun, sixth from left, chairman of the Korea Duck Association; and winners of the 2017 Miss Korea beauty pageant. / Korea Times photo by Shin Sang-soon
  6. 470th Turtle Marathon
    Participants in the 470th Turtle Marathon pose at the Suwon Hwaseong Fortress after finishing the walkathon, Saturday. The Hankook Ilbo, a sister paper of The Korea Times, hosted the monthly event. Participants included Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee, fourth from right, Suwon Mayor Yeom Tae-young, sixth from right, and Kim Jin-kwan, chairman of the Suwon City Council, left. / Korea Times photo by Shin Sang-soon  
    Participants in the 470th Turtle Marathon pose at the Suwon Hwaseong Fortress after finishing the walkathon, Saturday. The Hankook Ilbo, a sister paper of The Korea Times, hosted the monthly event. Participants included Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee, fourth from right, Suwon Mayor Yeom Tae-young, sixth from right, and Kim Jin-kwan, chairman of the Suwon City Council, left. / Korea Times photo by Shin Sang-soon  
  7. Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
    Visitors to the National Museum of Korea take a look at Bohemian glass relics at a special exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and the Czech Republic, Monday. The exhibition runs until April 26. / Yonhap
    Visitors to the National Museum of Korea take a look at Bohemian glass relics at a special exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and the Czech Republic, Monday. The exhibition runs until April 26. / Yonhap
  8. To-be-built dormitory
    Ewha Womans University President Kim Sun-uk, right, points to an artist’s rendering of a dormitory planned for the school’s campus in Seoul, Tuesday, during a groundbreaking ceremony. Those listening to her are, from left, Choi Kyung-hee, the next president of the university; Chang Myong-sue, head of Ewha Haktang; Yoon Hoo-jung, Ewha’s honorary president; and Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon./ Courtesy of Ewha Womans University
    Ewha Womans University President Kim Sun-uk, right, points to an artist’s rendering of a dormitory planned for the school’s campus in Seoul, Tuesday, during a groundbreaking ceremony. Those listening to her are, from left, Choi Kyung-hee, the next president of the university; Chang Myong-sue, head of Ewha Haktang; Yoon Hoo-jung, Ewha’s honorary president; and Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon./ Courtesy of Ewha Womans University
  9. Return of Goryeo treasure
    An ancient chest used to store Buddhist texts is on display during a ceremony at the National Museum of Korea, Tuesday. The nation’s flagship museum acquired the rare Goryeo Kingdom (918—1392) heritage from a Japanese collector./ Yonhap
    An ancient chest used to store Buddhist texts is on display during a ceremony at the National Museum of Korea, Tuesday. The nation’s flagship museum acquired the rare Goryeo Kingdom (918—1392) heritage from a Japanese collector./ Yonhap
  10. Beauty pageant
    2014 Miss Korea Kim Seo-yeon, 22, waves after winning the annual pageant at the Olympic Hall in the Olympic Park, southern Seoul, Tuesday. The first runners-up were Lee Seo-bin, 21, and Shin Su-min, 20; the second runners-up were Kim Myeong-seon, 21, Sarah Lee, 23, Baek Ji-hyun, 21, and Ryu So-ra, 20. The Hankook Ilbo, a sister paper of The Korea Times, organized the beauty contest./ Korea Times photo by Wang Tae-seok
    2014 Miss Korea Kim Seo-yeon, 22, waves after winning the annual pageant at the Olympic Hall in the Olympic Park, southern Seoul, Tuesday. The first runners-up were Lee Seo-bin, 21, and Shin Su-min, 20; the second runners-up were Kim Myeong-seon, 21, Sarah Lee, 23, Baek Ji-hyun, 21, and Ryu So-ra, 20. The Hankook Ilbo, a sister paper of The Korea Times, organized the beauty contest./ Korea Times photo by Wang Tae-seok
  11. Dami Im in Seoul
    Dami Im, who was the winner of the Australian audition program “The X-Factor” last year sings at the showcase for her debut  album “Dami Im” in Samseong-dong, Seoul, Wednesday. / Yonhap
    Dami Im, who was the winner of the Australian audition program “The X-Factor” last year sings at the showcase for her debut  album “Dami Im” in Samseong-dong, Seoul, Wednesday. / Yonhap
  12. Korea CQ Awards
    Ambassador Dato' Rohana Ramli of Malaysia, front row sixth from left, Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI) president and professor Choi Jung-wha, front row seventh from left, Ambassador Yip Wei Kat of Singapore, third row sixth from left, and former Nestle Korea CEO Erwan Vilfeu, third row seventh from left, pose at the CICI's Korea CQ Awards held Tuesday in Seoul. The Korea CQ Awards, hosted by the CICI, recognized the three awardees' contributions to understanding Korea and Korean culture. Courtesy of CICI
    Ambassador Dato' Rohana Ramli of Malaysia, front row sixth from left, Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI) president and professor Choi Jung-wha, front row seventh from left, Ambassador Yip Wei Kat of Singapore, third row sixth from left, and former Nestle Korea CEO Erwan Vilfeu, third row seventh from left, pose at the CICI's Korea CQ Awards held Tuesday in Seoul. The Korea CQ Awards, hosted by the CICI, recognized the three awardees' contributions to understanding Korea and Korean culture. Courtesy of CICI
  13. Turtle marathon attracts weekenders to Mt. Nam [PHOTOS]
    Participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon, held by Hankook Ilbo at Baekbeom Square in Namsan Park on Mount Nam in Jung-gu, Seoul, April 21, raise their hands to answer questions by the event's MC. In the monthly event, the daily campaigned for clean "beautiful" local elections held nationwide in June. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulParticipants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon sign up to join the event. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulAmong the VIPs of the 473rd Turtle Marathon, Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee stands up to be introduced to the participants. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulMiss Korea beauty pageant winners demonstrate a warm-up workout in front of the participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulParticipants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon, including Chairperson of the National Election Commission Kwon Soon-il and Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee, get ready to start the walkathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulChairperson of the National Election Commission Kwon Soon-il strikes a gong to signal the walkathon's start for the 473rd Turtle Marathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulWith a female participant raising a banner that reads "Beautiful Election Happy Neighborhood," participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon start the walkathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulChairperson of the National Election Commission Kwon Soon-il joins the crowd participating in the 473rd Turtle Marathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulOne of the participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon gives his pet dog water during the walkathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulParticipants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon wait in line to receive giveaways. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
    Participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon, held by Hankook Ilbo at Baekbeom Square in Namsan Park on Mount Nam in Jung-gu, Seoul, April 21, raise their hands to answer questions by the event's MC. In the monthly event, the daily campaigned for clean "beautiful" local elections held nationwide in June. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulParticipants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon sign up to join the event. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulAmong the VIPs of the 473rd Turtle Marathon, Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee stands up to be introduced to the participants. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulMiss Korea beauty pageant winners demonstrate a warm-up workout in front of the participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulParticipants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon, including Chairperson of the National Election Commission Kwon Soon-il and Hankook Ilbo President Lee Jun-hee, get ready to start the walkathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulChairperson of the National Election Commission Kwon Soon-il strikes a gong to signal the walkathon's start for the 473rd Turtle Marathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulWith a female participant raising a banner that reads "Beautiful Election Happy Neighborhood," participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon start the walkathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulChairperson of the National Election Commission Kwon Soon-il joins the crowd participating in the 473rd Turtle Marathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulOne of the participants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon gives his pet dog water during the walkathon. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chulParticipants of the 473rd Turtle Marathon wait in line to receive giveaways. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
  14. Bloggers' night
    Korea Times reporters and contributing writers, also called “bloggers” on the daily's website, were in high spirits after a dinner at an Italian restaurant near the daily's headquarters in Seoul, Monday. From left, Ko Dong-hwan, Oh Young-jin, Robert Neff, Rachel Stine, Ahn Chan-sik, Jacco Zwetsloot, John Redmond, Jung Min-ho, Park Si-soo, Casey Lartigue Jr., Lee Suh-yoon, Lee Jong-eun, Cho Se-yong, Kang Aa-young and Choi Won-suk.
    Korea Times reporters and contributing writers, also called “bloggers” on the daily's website, were in high spirits after a dinner at an Italian restaurant near the daily's headquarters in Seoul, Monday. From left, Ko Dong-hwan, Oh Young-jin, Robert Neff, Rachel Stine, Ahn Chan-sik, Jacco Zwetsloot, John Redmond, Jung Min-ho, Park Si-soo, Casey Lartigue Jr., Lee Suh-yoon, Lee Jong-eun, Cho Se-yong, Kang Aa-young and Choi Won-suk.
  15. Ven. Seol Jeong to head Jogye Order
    Venerable Seol Jeong receives a bouquet of flowers after being elected 35th executive chief of the Buddhist Jogye Order at the Jogye Temple, Wednesday. Ven. Seol, 75, received 234 votes out of 319 in the election held last month. He will lead the order for the next four years. / Yonhap
    Venerable Seol Jeong receives a bouquet of flowers after being elected 35th executive chief of the Buddhist Jogye Order at the Jogye Temple, Wednesday. Ven. Seol, 75, received 234 votes out of 319 in the election held last month. He will lead the order for the next four years. / Yonhap
  16. Korea CQ Forum
    Participants of the Korea CQ Forum, hosted by the Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI), pose after hearing a lecture by Lee Ho-soo, the president of SK Telecom’s ICT strategy department, on the topic “ICT Issues in 2017” at the residence of Danish Ambassador to Korea Thomas Lehmann. From bottom left are Chairman of DI Corporation Park Won-ho, the spouse of Turkish Ambassador Pinar Okcal; President of CICI Choi Jung-wha; Lee; and the Danish Ambassador. / Courtesy of CICI
    Participants of the Korea CQ Forum, hosted by the Corea Image Communication Institute (CICI), pose after hearing a lecture by Lee Ho-soo, the president of SK Telecom’s ICT strategy department, on the topic “ICT Issues in 2017” at the residence of Danish Ambassador to Korea Thomas Lehmann. From bottom left are Chairman of DI Corporation Park Won-ho, the spouse of Turkish Ambassador Pinar Okcal; President of CICI Choi Jung-wha; Lee; and the Danish Ambassador. / Courtesy of CICI
  17. NK holds political bureau meeting
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, center, holds a meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea in Pyongyang, Monday. U.S. President Trump said the U.S. has been in touch with North Korea and he will meet with Kim in late May or early June, according to the White House website, Tuesday. / Yonhap
    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, center, holds a meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea in Pyongyang, Monday. U.S. President Trump said the U.S. has been in touch with North Korea and he will meet with Kim in late May or early June, according to the White House website, Tuesday. / Yonhap
  18. PHOTO NEWS
    Russian envoy in Pyongyang: Russian Ambassador to North Korea Alexander Matsegora talks to North Korean reporters at his embassy in Pyongyang, March 6. North Korea’s foreign ministry said Matsegora held the press conference on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Russia’s victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. The embassy displayed photos to explain how the victory on Feb. 2, 1943, changed the course of World War II against Nazi Germany. / Korean Central News Agency
    Russian envoy in Pyongyang: Russian Ambassador to North Korea Alexander Matsegora talks to North Korean reporters at his embassy in Pyongyang, March 6. North Korea’s foreign ministry said Matsegora held the press conference on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Russia’s victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. The embassy displayed photos to explain how the victory on Feb. 2, 1943, changed the course of World War II against Nazi Germany. / Korean Central News Agency
  19. PHOTO NEWS
    Arbor Day: North Korean soldiers dig holes in the ground to plant trees during the country’s Arbor Day, March 2. The impoverished regime has been mobilizing its people to fight against deforestation, asking them to buy trees, according to Radio Free Asia last week. Arbor Day was initially held April 6, but was changed to March 2 in 1999 in line with North Korea’s founding leader Kim Il-sung’s vision for forests in 1946. / Korean Central News Agency
    Arbor Day: North Korean soldiers dig holes in the ground to plant trees during the country’s Arbor Day, March 2. The impoverished regime has been mobilizing its people to fight against deforestation, asking them to buy trees, according to Radio Free Asia last week. Arbor Day was initially held April 6, but was changed to March 2 in 1999 in line with North Korea’s founding leader Kim Il-sung’s vision for forests in 1946. / Korean Central News Agency
  20. Miss Korea 2017
    Miss Korea 2017 winner Seo Jae-won, 21, smiles after her victory in the annual beauty pageant at the Universal Arts Center, in Neung-dong, Seoul, Friday. The annual contest was hosted by the Hankook Ilbo, the sister paper of The Korea Times / Korea Times photo by Koh Young-kwon
    Miss Korea 2017 winner Seo Jae-won, 21, smiles after her victory in the annual beauty pageant at the Universal Arts Center, in Neung-dong, Seoul, Friday. The annual contest was hosted by the Hankook Ilbo, the sister paper of The Korea Times / Korea Times photo by Koh Young-kwon
  21. Sunwoo Yekwon wins Van Cliburn with Rachmaninoff
    Pianist Sunwoo Yekwon won the Gold Medal in the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition at Fort Worth, Texas, Sunday. The 28-year old became the first South Korean to win the Van Cliburn’s Winner’s Cup since the competition was first held in 1962. He performed Dvorak’s Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81 and Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 in his final rounds of the competition. Kenneth Brosberg, 23, and Daniel Hsu 19, from the U.S. took the Silver and Bronze Medals. / Yonhap
    Pianist Sunwoo Yekwon won the Gold Medal in the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition at Fort Worth, Texas, Sunday. The 28-year old became the first South Korean to win the Van Cliburn’s Winner’s Cup since the competition was first held in 1962. He performed Dvorak’s Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81 and Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 in his final rounds of the competition. Kenneth Brosberg, 23, and Daniel Hsu 19, from the U.S. took the Silver and Bronze Medals. / Yonhap
  22. Actress Song at London Fashion Week
    Actress Song Hye-kyo poses for photographers at Burberrys Autumn/Winter 2017 fashion show, part of London Fashion Week in London, Monday. / AP-Yonhap
    Actress Song Hye-kyo poses for photographers at Burberrys Autumn/Winter 2017 fashion show, part of London Fashion Week in London, Monday. / AP-Yonhap
  23. New 'Star Wars' film
    British director Gareth Edwards, right, stands with Mexican actor Diego Luna, left, and British actress Felicity Jones during a press conference for the film “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” in Tokyo, Wednesday. The film will be released in movie theaters across Japan, Dec. 16. / EPA-Yonhap
    British director Gareth Edwards, right, stands with Mexican actor Diego Luna, left, and British actress Felicity Jones during a press conference for the film “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” in Tokyo, Wednesday. The film will be released in movie theaters across Japan, Dec. 16. / EPA-Yonhap
  24. Chan gets honorary Oscar
    Actor Jackie Chan arrives at the 8th Annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., Saturday. Chan received an honorary Oscar along with film editor Anne V. Coates, casting director Lynn Stalmaster and documentarian Frederick Wiseman. Honorary Oscars used to be presented during the annual Academy Awards ceremony. Establishing the untelevised Governors Awards ceremony has allowed for more comprehensive presentations and more diverse recipients. / Reuters-Yonhap
    Actor Jackie Chan arrives at the 8th Annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., Saturday. Chan received an honorary Oscar along with film editor Anne V. Coates, casting director Lynn Stalmaster and documentarian Frederick Wiseman. Honorary Oscars used to be presented during the annual Academy Awards ceremony. Establishing the untelevised Governors Awards ceremony has allowed for more comprehensive presentations and more diverse recipients. / Reuters-Yonhap
  25. London inferno
    This handout image received by local resident Natalie Oxford shows flames and smoke billowing from a 27-story block of flats after a fire broke out in London, early Wednesday. The fire brigade said 40 fire engines and 200 firefighters had been called to the blaze in Grenfell Tower, which has 120 apartments. / AFP-Yonhap
    This handout image received by local resident Natalie Oxford shows flames and smoke billowing from a 27-story block of flats after a fire broke out in London, early Wednesday. The fire brigade said 40 fire engines and 200 firefighters had been called to the blaze in Grenfell Tower, which has 120 apartments. / AFP-Yonhap
  26. VX nerve agent used in assassination of Kim: police
    Members of the media gather in front of the North Korea Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Friday. Kim Jong-nam, a half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was killed with a highly toxic chemical weapon known as VX nerve agent, Malaysian police said in statement. / EPA-Yonhap
    Members of the media gather in front of the North Korea Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Friday. Kim Jong-nam, a half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was killed with a highly toxic chemical weapon known as VX nerve agent, Malaysian police said in statement. / EPA-Yonhap
  27. Setback for Trump
    An anti-Trump activist protests outside the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals building in San Francisco, Thursday. A federal appeals court refused Thursday to reinstate President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations, dealing another legal setback to Trump's immigration policy. / AP-Yonhap
    An anti-Trump activist protests outside the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals building in San Francisco, Thursday. A federal appeals court refused Thursday to reinstate President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations, dealing another legal setback to Trump's immigration policy. / AP-Yonhap
  28. Protest against Trump
    Demonstrators jam the National Mall with the U.S. Capitol in the background for the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., Saturday. The march was organized to protest the new administration of President Donald Trump. Related stories and photos on pages 5, 6, 7 / UPI-Yonhap
    Demonstrators jam the National Mall with the U.S. Capitol in the background for the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., Saturday. The march was organized to protest the new administration of President Donald Trump. Related stories and photos on pages 5, 6, 7 / UPI-Yonhap