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Korean-Americans yearn for family in N.Korea after 60 years apart

Mar 21, 2015

Korean-Americans yearn for family in N.Korea after 60 years apart

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - When 82-year-old Tae Young Kim thinks about the happiest days of his childhood in Korea, he recalls spinning tops on the floor and going sledding with his younger brother. Those are some of the few precious memories Kim has of his family before the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950 separated him, at age 17, from his two brothers and three sisters. He has not seen them since. #United States #India #China #Arabic #Russia #North Korea #United Kingdom #Mexico
US ambassador attack renews focus on contentious South Korean security law

Mar 15, 2015

US ambassador attack renews focus on contentious South Korean security law

SEOUL (Reuters) - Efforts by South Korean police to charge a nationalist over a knife attack on the U.S. ambassador have renewed debate about the use of a state security act as a political weapon and an attempt to gloss over security shortcomings. Kim Ki-jong, 55, could face charges including attempted murder over the March 5 attack as well as violating the National Security Act, a 67-year-old statute that critics say has long outlived its purpose #Business #United States #India #Brazil #markets #North Korea #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico #author #opinion
Attacker aimed to kill US envoy over military drills, says South Korea police

Mar 13, 2015

Attacker aimed to kill US envoy over military drills, says South Korea police

An anti-US activist arrested last week for allegedly stabbing US Ambassador Mark Lippert had intended to kill the envoy to highlight his protest against ongoing US-South Korean military drills, #United States #US #NewsTracker #South Korea #Mark Lippert #US envoy #US envoy attacked #South Korea-North Korea #US Military drills
U.N. expert wants North Korea to answer for decades of abductions

Mar 09, 2015

U.N. expert wants North Korea to answer for decades of abductions

GENEVA (Reuters) - A United Nations human rights investigator recommended an international strategy on Monday to press North Korea to clarify the fate of hundreds of foreign nationals allegedly abducted over decades, mainly from Japan and South Korea. Marzuki Darusman, an independent expert, laid out the strategy in a report to the U.N. Human Rights Council saying that the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague was "competent for prosecuting these perpetrators". #India #China #Japan #France #Russia #markets #North Korea #Argentina #United Kingdom