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Korea University President Receives Honorary Degree From Waseda
Korea University President Lee Ki-su received an honorary doctorate degree in law from Waseda University in Japan, Friday, the school announced.
TVXQ to Stop Group Activities in Japan
Korean pop group TVXQ or Tohoshinki, troubled by legal disputes, announced on Saturday that it will discontinue its activities in Japan, signaling the eventual disbanding of the group.
Salty Foods Increase Gastric Cancer Risk
People who enjoy eating salty foods may have a 10 percent higher risk of getting gastric cancer than those with a lower sodium intake, a local researcher reported.
[Century] An Chang-nam Gave 1922 Demonstration Flight in Yeouido
On Dec. 10, 1922, a huge crowd gathered on Yeouido, a large flat island then located outside the city limits of the Korean capital.
Sunshine on Waves After Storm
Since March 26, shock and grief have gripped the families of the 46 missing sailors following the mysterious explosion on a South Korean patrol ship near Baengnyeong Island, South Korea's northernmost island near the maritime border with North Korea.
Nixon Shock Doctrine Revisited
FLORENCE ― Richard Nixon has been dead for 15 years, but he is making another comeback in America. The 37th president of the United States believed that international monetary relations are unlikely to be transformed by talking.
Economy Again Generating Jobs
Finally, there's actual good news on the unemployment front.
Christian Militias
Painful Easter for the Pope
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