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October, 23, 2016

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N. Korea demands repatriation of restaurant defectors
North Korea on Sunday demanded the repatriation of a dozen restaurant workers who jointly fled to South Korea, a day after blasting Seoul over a separate high-profile defection.
Feeling fruity
This undated picture released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on Thursday, Aug. 18 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, inspecting the Taedonggang Combined Fruit Farm in Pyongyang.
South Korea's army on Thursday conducted its largest-ever artillery drills near the tense border with North Korea, but there was no immediate military response from the North.
South Korea said Wednesday that North Korea's deputy ambassador to Britain had defected to Seoul, in a rare and major loss of diplomatic face for Pyongyang.
A rail-y long wait
People wait to buy train tickets to visit their hometowns during the nation's upcoming major traditional holiday, Chuseok, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, Wednesday, Aug. 17.
North Korea on Wednesday labelled South Korean President Park Geun-hye a "psychopath" after she made a speech slamming Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions and defending the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile system.
Prosecutors have indicted a former chief executive of the South Korean unit of Novartis and five other former and current company managers over allegations that they illegally paid doctors 2.6 billion won (US$2.3 million) in return for prescribing the company's drugs.
Samsung blocks info about chemical dangers to workers - Part II
Since 2008, 56 workers have applied for occupational safety compensation from the government. Only 10 have won compensation, most after years of court battles. Half of the other 46 claims were rejected and half remain under review.
Samsung blocks info about chemical dangers to workers - Part I
As a high school senior, Hwang Yu-mi went to work bathing silicon wafers in chemicals at a Samsung factory that makes computer chips for laptops and other devices. Four years later, she died of leukemia. She was 22.
Pop stars, diplomacy victims of cooling China-S. Korea ties
Growing Chinese anger at South Korea over a U.S. anti-missile defense system bodes ill for everything from pop star appearances to United Nations action against North Korea's nuclear and missile threats.
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