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[Herald Interview] ‘Quiet summit is best outcome’

This is the third of five interviews with prominent US scholars on an upcoming South Korea-US summit and the alliance. -

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Parties agree to install subpanel to improve hearing process

Major parties agreed Tuesday to install a parliamentary subpanel to improve the confirmation hearing process, blamed for

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North Koreans hold their own Google Map

North Koreans now have a homegrown mobile application that guides them through unfamiliar destinations.The North’s propa

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S. Korea seeks to send 8 rescued NK sailors back home this week

South Korea said Tuesday that it plans later this week to repatriate eight North Koreans who were rescued last week in t

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Moon heads to Washington for summit with Trump

President Moon Jae-in sets off to Washington on Wednesday for a crucial summit meeting with US President Donald Trump, s

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Moon says swift execution of extra budget only way to ensure recovery, growth

President Moon Jae-in urged the parliament to quickly approve the government request for a supplementary budget Tuesday,

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Six KF-16 jets returning home after Alaska drills

Six South Korean fighter jets are flying back home Tuesday after participating in a multinational air combat training ex

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Govt. mulls extending aid for patients with severe illness

The government is considering extending a financial support program for low-income patients with serious diseases in an

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Parliamentary speaker calls for dialogue with N. Korea in parallel with sanctions

South Korea's parliamentary speaker Chung Sye-kyun called Tuesday for dialogue with North Korea to run in parallel with

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Korean man shot to death, another seriously injured by armed robbers in Guatemala

MEXICO CITY -- A group of armed robbers shot to death the chief of a South Korean company's factory and seriously injure

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Moon nominates justice minister, anti-corruption chief

President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday tapped a reformist scholar with a civic activism background to lead the Ministry of Jus

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NK calls Trump's 'America-first' policy Nazism of 21st century

North Korea on Tuesday condemned US President Donald Trump's "America-first" policy as Nazism of the 21st century, claim

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Korea begins prototype production of light armed chopper

South Korea said Tuesday it has started to assemble the first prototype of a light armed helicopter with the goal of con

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US lawmaker introduces resolution urging Asian nations to outlaw trade in dog meat

WASHINGTON -- A US House lawmaker has introduced a resolution urging China, South Korea and other Asian nations to outla

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Japanese diplomat under fire for calling sexual slavery victims 'paid prostitutes'

WASHINGTON -- A Japanese diplomat has come under fire after he portrayed the victims of Japan's wartime sexual slavery a

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Ex-Congressman Honda receives S. Korean state medal for efforts to help 'comfort women'

Former US Congressman Mike Honda was awarded a state medal from South Korea's government Monday for his efforts to help

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Trump Administration Warns Assad Would Pay 'Heavy Price' for Another Chemical Attack

The White House said the U.S. had detected what may be preparations by the Syrian government for a chemical-weapons attack and warned that the ...

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Anxious Investors Try to Hedge Against a Big Selloff, Even as Good Times Roll

Stock volatility is near an all-time low and corporate profits have bounced back from a year ago, but investors are increasingly moving to protect themselves from big swings in financial markets.

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China's All-Seeing Surveillance State Is Reading Its Citizens' Faces

Facial-recognition systems crunch data from ubiquitous cameras in a vast social-engineering experiment. Petty offenders face public shaming.

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Is This a Leverage Problem: $73 Billion in Chinese Loans to HNA?

Whether or not the ties between banks and companies like HNA amount to systemic risk, it’s clear the relationships are complex

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For Sale: Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico, strapped for cash, is seeking private bidders to run and share in revenues from seaports, highways, airports, parking and other public ...

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Steel Yourself for Trump's Anti-Trade Moves

Global trade’s in trouble, and investors don’t seem to care. One of the ironies of the election of a nationalist in the U.S. is that it coincided ...

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Korea in internal review on seat of allied command

South Korea's new government is reviewing details of a deal with the United States on the seat of the Combined Forces Co

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Japanese man confesses to damaging epitaph on Korean victims

CHEONAN -- A Japanese man on Monday confessed to damaging a epitaph at a national cemetery for Korean victims of forced

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S. Korea rescues N. Korea ship with plans to send

South Korea's coast guard rescued a North Korean ship carrying eight crewmen in the southern side of the East Sea last w

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Strains Emerge as China's Dollar Debt Piles Up

A fall in the price of bonds issued by China’s largest property developer, China Evergrande, last week is adding to strains in the market even as Chinese companies continue to pile up a mountain of dollar-denominated debt this year.

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‘Kazakhstan, Korea kindred spirits in sustainable development’

ASTANA, Kazakhstan -- According to Korean Ambassador to Kazakhstan Kim Dae-sik, the fact that Korea has the largest pavi

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