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A Seoul court on Thursday sentenced a former Korean Air executive to a year in prison for aviation law violations that stemmed from her in-flight tantrum over how she was served macadamia nuts.
Korean Air nut rage exec handed 1-year sentence

 

Two people were killed and more than 60 were injured Wednesday after a pileup involving about 100 vehicles in foggy weather on a bridge near the Incheon International Airport, South Korean officials said.
100-car pileup on South Korean bridge leaves 2 dead, 65 hurt

 

A South Korean court on Wednesday sentenced a former coast guard officer to four years in prison for negligence while rescuing of passengers during last year's ferry sinking that killed more than 300 people.
 

North Korea test-fired five short-range missiles into the sea on Sunday in its second such weapons test this year, a South Korean defense official said, amid dimming prospects for the resumption of high-level talks between the rival countries.
N. Korea test-fires 5 short-range missiles into sea

 

North Korea has test-fired a new “ultra-precision” intelligent rocket to be deployed across its navy, state media said Saturday, in the latest evidence that Pyongyang is stepping up its development of missile technology.
 

North Korea, long accused by the U.S. and others of engaging in counterfeiting, drug trafficking and even online gambling scams, is trying to repair its international image by courting a little-known but influential body that fights money laundering and terrorist financing.
N. Korea woos economic taskforce

 

North Korea on Wednesday ruled out resuming dialogue with the “gangster-like” United States, and vowed to respond to any U.S. aggression with nuclear strikes and cyber warfare.
 

A South Korean soldier was sentenced to death Tuesday for killing five comrades and injuring seven others in a shooting and grenade attack last year, the Defense Ministry said.
 

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Pyongyang would not sit idly by “with rabid dogs barking” about toppling its socialist system, in apparent reaction to comments by U.S. President Barack Obama that the regime was doomed, state media reported Saturday.
Kim slams 'rabid dogs' after Obama comments

 

North Korea demanded an “absurd” US$10 billion payoff and close to a million tonnes in food aid in 2009 in return for a hoped-for summit with Seoul, then-South Korean president Lee Myung-Bak said in a soon-to-be-published memoir.
 

North Korea Sunday described U.S. President Barack Obama as a “loser” over his criticism on its regime, accusing him of being obsessed with hostility toward Pyongyang.
 

South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Friday appointed a new prime minister in an apparent bid to bolster her sagging approval ratings, hit by a scandal involving her aides.
 

North Korea on Friday said South Korea should lift five-year old sanctions on Pyongyang if it wants to discuss reunions for families on the divided peninsula, as Seoul pushed again for a high-level dialogue.
 

North Korea on Thursday urged the U.N. Human Rights Council to discuss CIA torture revelations and set up an independent investigation.
 
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