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Seoul to send assistance to Philippines
The government said Tuesday it will provide $5 million in aid and send a 40-member rescue team to the typhoon-devastated Philippines.
| 2013-11-12 15:41
Father's legacy overshadows Park's Japan policy
The 1965 Seoul-Tokyo treaty signed by late President Park Chung-hee is likely to become a major stumbling block for President Park Geun-hye’s current hard-line policy against Japan, experts say.
| 2013-11-12 15:14
Beijing's proposal on 6-party talks snubbed
South Korea, the United States and Japan have reportedly rejected China’s proposal to restart the six-party talks with North Korea, reaffirming that Pyongyang needs to first take solid steps toward denuclearization.
| 2013-11-07 16:52
DP finds itself in awkward position
The main opposition Democratic Party (DP) is currently in an awkward position after the Park Geun-hye administration filed a petition with the Constitutional Court calling for the minor opposition Unified Progressive Party (UPP) to be dissolved.
| 2013-11-06 17:01
Gov't seeks to disband 'pro-NK' party
The government Tuesday filed a petition with the Constitutional Court calling for the disbandment of the far left-leaning minor Progressive Party (UPP) for engaging in seditious activities to aid North Korea.
| 2013-11-05 18:26
Seoul demands US explain bugging allegation
Seoul requested an explanation from the United States, Tuesday, over a media report that its National Security Agency (NSA) has long designated South Korea as a “focus area” in carrying out eavesdropping operations.
| 2013-11-05 18:25
Global push for Saemaul Movement in doubt
"From the very beginning, the Saemaul Undong was launched for entirely domestic purposes," said a former president of the Korea Saemaul Undong Center (KSUC), a non-governmental organization (NGO) partly funded by the government.
| 2013-11-04 17:23
Ahn calls for special probe of NIS scandal
Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo, an independent lawmaker, called on Monday for a special investigation into allegations that the National Intelligence Service (NIS) and other government entities sought to exert influence on last year’s presidential election
| 2013-11-04 17:21
ROK, US to discuss NK nuke issue
Seoul’s chief nuclear envoy left for the United States, Sunday, to discuss ways of ending North Korea’s nuclear weapons program including the resumption of the long-stalled six-party talks.
| 2013-11-03 16:51
Rep. Ahn moving to establish new political party
Rep. Ahn Cheol-soo, an independent lawmaker and former presidential candidate, is moving to establish a new political party, posing a serious threat to the main opposition Democratic Party (DP) that has suffered from a series of election defeats.
| 2013-11-03 16:49
[INTERVIEW] Ecolab helps Korean partners profit from ESG management
Son-dol: a cold day for a ferryman and a merchant
Seoul Metro begins real-time translation service for foreign tourists at Myeong-dong Station
Korean economy to start shrinking by 2050 if low birthrate unaddressed: BOK report
[ANALYSIS] Has N. Korean leader's daughter been confirmed as heir apparent?
Space race heats up between two Koreas after Seoul launches spy satellite
[INTERVIEW] 'Lifeline for migrant workers in Korea' - Rev. Kim fights for foreign employees' rights
Uncertainty lingers over Ven. Jaseung's death
[INTERVIEW] Korea to work with US, Japan to fight climate change
Korean battery firms face higher costs for access to US subsidies
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
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