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Yingluck verdict to dictate Thailand's political future
It's time for Taiwan to pick a power plan
Mayor Ko explains what would happen if a blackout hit during the Universiade
India, China meet after clash on banks of Pangong lake in Ladakh
South Korean ex-leader's confidante jailed for three years
Court found Choi Soon-sil guilty of obstruction of duty by using her ties to ex-President Park to put pressure on a university to give favors.
South Korea says this crashed drone took pictures of new US missile site
SNEAKY SNAPPER: The crashed drone had apparently taken 551 photos over South Korean territory.
Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defense site
A suspected North Korean drone photographed a U.S. missile defense system in South Korea before it crashed near the border where it was found last week, Seoul's Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
Dennis Rodman says 'trying to open a door' in North Korea
Former NBA bad boy Dennis Rodman said Tuesday that he is "just trying to open a door" by going to North Korea in his first visit since President Donald Trump took office.
S. Korea's ex-health minister guilty of swaying Samsung vote
South Korea's former health minister was convicted on Thursday of pressuring the country's pension fund to support a controversial Samsung merger, in one of the first rulings on key players in the corruption scandals that ensnared the country's ousted president and Samsung's heir.
S. Korea to freeze new THAAD deployment pending probe
South Korea will suspend any further deployment of a controversial U.S. missile defense system until an environmental impact assessment ordered by new President Moon Jae-in is finished, his office said Wednesday.
North Korea fires several short-range missiles: South Korea
North Korea fired several projectiles believed to be short-range surface-to-ship cruise missiles off its east coast Thursday, South Korea's military said, a continuation of weapons tests that have rattled Washington and the North's neighbors as Pyongyang seeks to build a nuclear missile capable of reaching the continental United States.
Culls, poultry transport ban as S. Korea fights bird flu outbreak
South Korea has imposed a temporary nationwide ban on poultry transportation as it struggles to contain a fresh outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N6 virus, which has led to the slaughter of some 190,000 birds.
South Korea launched on Monday a US$10 billion stimulus package to create jobs and bolster welfare programs in the country faced with slow growth and ageing population.
Daughter of S. Korea's 'Rasputin' returns to face questioning
The equestrian daughter of South Korea's "Rasputin", whose lavish lifestyle in Europe was allegedly funded by millions of dollars in bribes, returned home Wednesday to face questioning by prosecutors investigating an influence-peddling scandal that has rocked the country.
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