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Former Olympic swimming champ Park apologises for doping ban

Mar 27, 2015

Former Olympic swimming champ Park apologises for doping ban

A tearful former Olympic swimming champion, Park Tae-hwan of South Korea, offered an impassioned public apology Friday, four days after receiving an 18-month ban for failing a doping test. #Doping #South Korea #Swimming #SportsTracker #Doping Ban #Park Tae-hwan #public apology #18-month ban
South Korea's swimming champ Park Tae-hwan tests positive for dope, handed 18-month ban

Mar 24, 2015

South Korea's swimming champ Park Tae-hwan tests positive for dope, handed 18-month ban

Park Tae-hwan's hopes of competing in the 2016 Rio Games were put in jeopardy as the South Korean Olympic swimming champion was handed an 18-month ban after a failed drug test. #South Korea #Olympics #Rio de Janeiro #SportsTracker #Park Tae-hwan #2016 Rio Games
South Korea, Japan, China to meet on three-way cooperation

Mar 17, 2015

South Korea, Japan, China to meet on three-way cooperation

SEOUL (Reuters) - The foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan will meet on Saturday in Seoul for the first time in nearly three years in a bid to restore cooperation between the three Asian economic powers, South Korea's foreign ministry said. South Korea and China's ties with Japan have chilled over what they view as Japan's reluctance to properly atone for its wartime past. Both South Korea and China also have territorial disputes with Japan. #Business #India #China #Japan #Technology #Arabic #Russia #South Korea #Entertainment #Mexico
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
Nut rage incident: Flight attendant sues Korean Air, former exec who threw tantrum

Mar 11, 2015

Nut rage incident: Flight attendant sues Korean Air, former exec who threw tantrum

A flight attendant who says she was living her dream by working for Korean Air is now suing the airline and its infamous nut rage executive, claiming the bizarre onboard tantrum ruined her career. #NewsTracker #South Korea #Flight #Nut rage #Korean Air #Nut rage incident
Gunman's video says Parliament attack spurred by Canada military action

Mar 06, 2015

Gunman's video says Parliament attack spurred by Canada military action

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The gunman who shot dead a soldier in Canada's capital and then stormed Parliament last year said he was protesting against Canadian military involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to a video recording released on Friday. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau made the short video on his mobile phone just before he launched his attacks on Oct 22. #Business #facebook #United States #Technology #France #Arabic #Russia #South Korea #Argentina #Mexico #opinion
Kremlin critic Navalny, out of jail, vows to fight on

Mar 06, 2015

Kremlin critic Navalny, out of jail, vows to fight on

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny walked out of a Moscow detention centre on Friday and promised that Russia's opposition will continue to challenge President Vladimir Putin, uncowed by last week's killing of prominent opposition figure Boris Nemtsov. But Navalny and other opposition leaders face a tough task getting their message out beyond Russia's small urban middle-class, especially as they are largely kept off state media and often quarrel amongst themselves #United States #China #France #Russia #South Korea #Latin America #author #opinion
Future of Syria's Nusra Front in question after commander killed

Mar 06, 2015

Future of Syria's Nusra Front in question after commander killed

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Al Qaeda's Syrian branch was left reeling on Friday after its military chief was killed in an apparent army air strike, adding to confusion over the future path of the most powerful group opposing both President Bashar al-Assad and Islamic State. Abu Humam al-Shami, who trained in Afghanistan alongside plotters of the Sept. 11 2001 attacks on the United States and whose Nusra Front controls wide parts of northwestern Syria, was killed by an explosion at a meeting of commanders on Thursday in Idlib province #India #Japan #Syria #Technology #France #Arabic #Russia #South Korea #Italy #Mexico #author #opinion
Hu Jintao not implicated in aide's investigation, official says

Mar 06, 2015

Hu Jintao not implicated in aide's investigation, official says

BEIJING (Reuters) - Retired Chinese President Hu Jintao is not being implicated in a corruption probe into a former top aide, a senior government spokesman said on Friday, adding that the official was being investigated more over financial issues than political ones. #facebook #India #South Korea #markets #Italy #Argentina #Latin America #Entertainment #opinion